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Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a Soviet Jewish immigrant, felt it necessary to state his allegiance to the United States as he batted away Republican questions about the offers he got to work for Ukraine’s government during impeachment hearings.



Army is helping Lt. Col. Vindman deal with public scrutiny during impeachment hearings

According to reports, the Army is prepared to move Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and his family to a local unnamed military base if they believe they are in physical danger. Officials also said the Army has been monitoring Vindman and his family “around the clock to make sure there aren’t any imminent threats.”


Vindman’s dress uniform reveals a tug of war using troops as political totems, experts say

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and his dress have become a cipher for the impeachment proceeding itself, where critics have suggested it’s to grandstand as a member of a respected profession, while others imply his bona fides are a shield for Democrats.


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