Vindman Exposed For Exaggerating Resume Before Hearing

A new report from the Federalist indicates that Colonel Alexander Vindman, who testified against the Trump administration on Tuesday before a Congressional Impeachment hearing, exaggerated his resume. 

The report follows criticism from the White House which questioned Vindman’s judgement. 

As The Federalist reports:

Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman was caught exaggerating his resume and his role in the White House to congressional lawmakers in Tuesday’s round of public hearings during the Democrats’ partisan impeachment proceedings.

Vindman previously claimed in his opening statement to be the “principal advisor to the National Security Advisor and the president on Ukraine and the other countries in my portfolio.”

When asked about the claim however by Republican Congressman Mike Turner of Ohio, Vindman admitted to having never met, spoken with, or advised the president on anything.

“You’ve never spoken to the president and told him advice on Ukraine,” Turner said.“ That is correct,” Vindman said.

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