It seemed that the Democrats are still not confident enough to win the 2020 elections as the opposition kept finding ways to take down Trump’s administration.

In a response to the allegations made by the NSC leaker Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, George Conway, the husband of Kellyanne Conway, wrote in the Washington Post that Trump may need to be impeached the second time.

Conway wrote that Trump’s decision to fire Lt. Vindman is proof of his “retaliatory motive.” “With essentially no pretense about why he was doing it, the president brazenly retaliated Friday against two witnesses who gave truthful testimony in the House’s impeachment inquiry. He fired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland. And he also fired a third man, Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman, merely for being the brother of the first. Trump essentially admitted his retaliatory motive on Saturday, when he tweeted that he sacked Vindman in part for having “reported contents of my ‘perfect’ calls incorrectly,” Conway claimed.

In addition, Conway said that what Trump did constitutes an impeachable offense, one thing that the prosecution had failed to prove during the impeachment trial.

The post read:

“If this were a criminal investigation, and Alexander Vindman and Sondland had given their testimony to a grand jury, this Friday Night Massacre could have been a crime. At the very least, it ought to be impeachable: If Richard M. Nixon was to be impeached for authorizing hush money for witnesses, and Trump himself was actually impeached for directing defiance of House subpoenas, then there should be no doubt that punishing witnesses for complying with subpoenas and giving truthful testimony about presidential misconduct should make for a high crime or misdemeanor as well.”

Finally, Conway slammed the president and wrote about Trump’s incapacity to hold office:

“But it’s really not about this one day or this one egregious act. It’s about who Trump is, who he always was and who he always will be. It’s about the complete mismatch between the man and the office he holds,” Conway concluded.

Vindman, a Ukranian General, testified three months ago at the House Intelligence Committee. Vindman spoke out against Trump’s “inappropriate” phone call with President Volodymyr Zelensky in July, and said he did it because of a “sense of duty”.

In a tweet, the president denied allegations fired by the CNN “Fake News @CNN & MSDNC keep talking about “Lt. Col.” Vindman as though I should think only how wonderful he was. Actually, I don’t know him, never spoke to him, or met him (I don’t believe!) but, he was very insubordinate, reported contents of my “perfect” calls incorrectly, &..”

Trump also fired back against Vindman’s capability.

“He was very insubordinate, reported contents of my ‘perfect’ calls incorrectly, & was given a horrendous report by his superior, the man he reported to, who publicly stated that Vindman had problems with judgement, adhering to the chain of command and leaking information,” Trump tweeted a day after the House dismissed Vindman.