Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Windman said he now identifies as a “Never Trumper” after his official retirement from the military.
In a preview clip from his interview with NBC News released on Monday, Wyndman – a key witness to President Trump’s impeachment over the Ukraine scandal – was asked about whether he is a “Never Trumper” by some presidents and his supporters. -Bar Lieutenant is labeled as Coronal.
NBC Knightley News anchor Lester Holt said, “I joined the President’s team. I joined this administration, as well as in this administration, with the hope of being able to pursue national security interests, doing my job.” Was able to do. ” “I can say that I am a true topper now. I was never a trumper before that. I was non-biased.”
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Windman explained his development to Holt.
“Regardless of the administration, I will do the best I can to advance national security interests, but I think the president has directly attacked me and politicized me, about the division of this country where the president About taking the country, Wyndman said, catering for our opponents, undermining our national security interests
Windman was an important witness for the Democrats during the House impeachment investigation. He voiced concern over Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky, in which the president pressured Ukraine to launch an investigation into Joe Biden, the now presumptive Democratic presidential candidate, and his son, Hunter.
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In February, two days after the Senate was acquitted in his impeachment trial, Wyndman was expelled from the National Security Council and expelled from the White House ground. His twin brother, Lieutenant Colonel Yevgeny Windman, was also forced out of the NSC at the same time.
Windman’s attorney, David Pressman, said, “Windman served in the military for 21 years, but retired because” it has been made clear that the future of the institution in which he has dutifully served will be forever limited. ‘
Fox News’ Marissa Shultes contributed to this report.