Valery LEBOVKA, “FACTS”
A key witness at the hearings on impeachment of the President of trump on the “Ukrainian” question Colonel, U.S. army, Alexander windman, who allegedly was three times offered the post of Minister of defense of Ukraine, announced his resignation.
He reported about it on July 8 on his Twitter page.
“Today I officially filed the official report on dismissal from the army of the United States, the structure that I love. We look forward to beginning the next Chapter of our lives”, — quotes Windman UKRINFORM.
Today I officially requested retirement from the US Army, an organization I love. My family and I look forward to the next chapter of our lives. pic.twitter.com/h2D9MRUHY2
— Alexander S. Vindman (@AVindman) July 8, 2020
At the same time, the lawyer Lieutenant Colonel David Pressman stated that his client made the decision “after it became clear that his future in the army, where he faithfully served, will be forever limited.”
Recall that last fall during hearings in the House of representatives on impeachment Trump windman, who was personally present during the telephone conversation of the presidents of the United States and Ukraine, said that the published transcript of the conversation was incomplete. After that, trump has repeatedly expressed outrage at the presence of Wingman in the White house and subsequently made an exception of Colonel from the national security Council.
In last month’s edition of the Washington Post reported desire trump block getting Windmane the next military rank — Colonel — as revenge for his testimony against the head of the White house.
Earlier, the “FACTS” wrote that after the failure in the Senate and with the idea of impeachment (trump was accused on two counts — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress) the American President together with Alexander Vindman dismissed his twin brother windman of Eugene, who worked as a lawyer at the national security Council and U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sandland who testified against him in the House of representatives of the Congress of the United States.