Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a key witness in the impeachment Inquiry, was fired and kicked out the White House on Friday.

The National Security Council (NSC) terminated Vindman and then escorted him and Vindman’s twin brother, Army Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman, a senior ethics lawyer for the NSC, off the White House grounds.

Vindman’s testimony during the impeachment hearings was heresay. He admitted he did not have first hand knowledge of the hold on Ukrainian aid.

NSC Senior Director of European Affairs Tim Morrison tesitifed Vindman had questionable judgment and was unreliable. Morrison also viewed him as untrustworthy and would exclude Vindman from conversations with the senior U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, William Taylor. Morrison stated Vindman had a “habit” of defying the chain of command.

Vindman said he never spoke directly to President Trump, but admitted to speaking to President Zelensky to advise him how to communicate with Trump.

During Vindman’s testimony, it was revealed that he did not know basic information about U.S. aid to Ukraine, and he did not seek to find more information about Hunter Biden joining the Ukraine’s natural gas company Burisma. This was suspicious since Vindman admitted he was aware of Burisma’s “problematic history.”

Vindman admitted he falsified the transcript of the call between President Trump and Zelensky.


After Vindman testified in the House Impeachment hearings, the Left celebrated him as a hero, but Robert J. O’Neill, the Navy Seal who killed Osama Bin Laden, said, “I wish the left wouldn’t use his uniform to make him a saint. He’s an operative with an agenda.”

Another veteran, Mark Geist, the marine who fought in the Battle of Benghazi, criticized Vindman, calling him “a disgrace to all who have served.”

“Vindman is a disgrace to all who have served. Transcript of his previous closed door testimony he clearly admits to undermining the @POTUS foreign policy and now he has chairman Schiff advising him on how to answer questions,” tweeted Mark Geist.

“Today, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman was escorted out of the White House where he has dutifully served his country and his President,” said David Pressman, Vindman’s lawyer, in a statement. “He came into the public eye only when subpoenaed to testify before Congress, and he did what the law demanded.”

“LTC Vindman was asked to leave for telling the truth,” Pressman added. “His honor, his commitment to right, frightened the powerful.”