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No investigations of ousted White House aide Vindman: U.S. Army secretary

Reuters Friday, 14 February 2020
U.S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said on Friday there were no investigations into Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, the former National Security Council aide who testified in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial and was fired by the White House along with his twin brother.
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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the military may look into disciplining former White House National Security Council aide Alexander Vindman, who testified in Trump's impeachment trial.

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