The retired Iraq war veteran and author of “Here, Right Matters: An American Story” discusses being on the call that led to former President Donald Trump’s first impeachment.

Devin Nunes, a ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee asked directly Vindman if he discussed with anyone outside of the White House about the July 25 Trump-Zelensky phone calls.

According to Vindman, there are two people that he spoke with about Trump’s call to Zelensky, however, Vidman revealed one person only, the second one he would not name — George Kent, a State Department employee and ‘someone in the intelligence community about Trump’s phone call and because of the lack of information Vindman gives about the second person, Nunes starts digging into whose agency this second unnamed person worked for but the House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) quickly interjected and wouldn’t let Vindman answer, saying he wanted to “protect the whistleblower.”

Right there, Nunes pointed out that on the previous closed-door deposition, Vidman testified that he DID NOT know the identity of the whistleblower — if that were true then how would he know to keep the second person’s name private? But Vindman admitted to being the primary source of the leak to the whistleblower (Eric Ciaramella) during his public testimony.

Vindman lied…

He also Admits Making up Parts of Trump Call Summary, Trump did not offer the Ukrainian official a quid pro quo, it was Joe Biden.

Well, Vindman can now describe himself as the whistleblower in Trump’s sham impeachment trial in his upcoming memoir.

Alexander Vindman just shamed himself by lying to Congress.

Sources: Thegatewaypundit, Breitbart, Thetruereporter

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