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Trump directs ire at impeachment witness Vindman

Credit: BBC News- Published on February 7, 2020
Alexander Vindman, who accused Mr Trump of "improper" conduct, is expected to leave the White House.
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Published on February 8, 2020 -  01:45
Trump defends firing Vindman
U.S. President Donald Trump Saturday defended the firing of impeachment witness Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, calling him "insubordinate." Fred Katayama reports.

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