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One of witnesses in Trump's impeachment case may be covered on military base

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Vindman is a key witness in a public hearing on Trump's attempts to influence the Ukrainian government
10:52, 20 November 2019

National Review

U.S. Army, if necessary, will take measures to protect Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, who is testifying against U.S. President Donald Trump in the impeachment case, Reuters reports.

It is emphasized that Vindman is a key witness in a public hearing on Trump's attempts to influence the Ukrainian government to investigate his political rival, Former Vice President Joe Biden.

Related: Democrats might impeach Trump for intimidation of US ex-ambassador to Ukraine

It is worth mentioning that Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman earlier stated that he had received a proposal to fill the post of the Secretary of Defense of Ukraine from ex-Secretary of National Security and Defence Council Oleksandr Danylyuk.

As we reported earlier, U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted he will “strongly consider” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s suggestion over the weekend that he testifies in the House of Representatives' impeachment inquiry, CNN informed.

Pelosi said this weekend in a CBS interview that Trump has "every opportunity to present his case" before Congress, and could "take the oath of office or he could do it in writing".

Trump decided to respond to Pelosi's suggestion. 

Related: Impeachment inquiry is 'invalid' without whistleblower's testimony, - Graham

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