REPORT: Army REFUSES to investigate Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman

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Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said Friday there is no investigation into the Army officer who until last week worked at the White House National Security Council and was a key witness in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.

McCarthy said Lt. Col. Alex Vindman has been moved to a short-term assignment at Army headquarters until he starts a regularly scheduled stint at a military college later this year.

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McCarthy’s comments at the National Press Club appeared to put an end to any debate about potential punishment of the officer, who came under fire for raising concerns about Trump’s July phone call with Ukraine’s president.

Trump said it was up to the military to decide punishment during comments to the press on Tuesday (video below).

“He reported a false call,” Trump said. “What was said on the call was totally appropriate. I call it a perfect call. I always will call it a perfect call,” Trump said in reference to his call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky. Vindman testified at the impeachment inquiry that Trump’s request for an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden was improper. At the time he was the NSC’s top Ukraine expert.

‘There was not set up there was no anything, and [Vindman] reported it totally differently,” Trump told the press Tuesday. “We sent him on his way to a much different location, and the military can handle him any way they want.

“General Milley has him now. I congratulate General Milley,” Trump added in reference to chairman of the joint chiefs of staff Mark Milley.”He can have him. And his brother also. We’ll find out.”

Vindman’s twin brother was also dismissed.

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