Advertisements
Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, the best Ukrainian expert of the National Security Council, told the White House impeachment investigators on Tuesday that the White House transcript of the July call between President Trump and the President of Ukraine was largely accurate & # 39; was, but lacked key words or crucial sentences that he tried - and failed - to have corrected.

Purple Heart veterinarian tells Congress that the White House has REMOVED words and expressions from the transcript of President Trump's call to the Ukrainian president and claims that his efforts to make the corrections were ignored

Advertisements

Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, the best Ukrainian expert of the National Security Council, told the White House impeachment investigators on Tuesday that the White House transcript of the July call between President Trump and the President of Ukraine was largely accurate & # 39; was, but lacked key words or crucial sentences that he tried – and failed – to have corrected.

Such omissions, Vindman found, include Trump's statement that there were recordings of former vice president Joe Biden discussing Ukrainian corruption, and direct mention by the country's president, Volodymyr Zelensky, of the energy company that employed Hunter Biden. at his board, Burisma Holdings.

Vindman told the investigators that he was trying to have the reconstructed transcript of the White House staff changed to include the missing information. Although a number of his edits have been made, the two mentioned corrections have never been changed.

Dressed in his dark blue army uniform with military medals proudly displayed on his chest, Vindman found no motive behind the editing process, although his claims are likely to encourage investigators to look further at how officials handed over the call.

Advertisements

Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, the best Ukrainian expert of the National Security Council, told the White House impeachment investigators on Tuesday that the White House transcript of the July call between President Trump and the President of Ukraine was largely accurate & # 39; was, but lacked key words or crucial sentences that he tried - and failed - to have corrected.

Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, the best Ukrainian expert of the National Security Council, told the White House impeachment investigators on Tuesday that the White House transcript of the July call between President Trump and the President of Ukraine was largely accurate & # 39; was, but lacked key words or crucial sentences that he tried – and failed – to have corrected.

.