“So, I think in the end I don’t regret the development of things. Yes, I did not expect the military. I have always planned to go on-continue to go to military college. But I think my role may be more important in some respects. The thing is that I can play my role-defend the country in a very meaningful way and expose the CEO’s corruption,” Vindman said in an interview with CNN’s “Erin Burnett OutFront”.
“I think I serve my country in this regard.”
Wendman testified at a public impeachment hearing that Trump urged Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden for “improper conduct” and he “without hesitation”
Wiedeman testified wearing active-duty soldiers, citing his father’s decision to leave the Soviet Union for the United States, and pointed out that the testimony he provided would likely lead to his death in Russia. “Don’t worry, I will tell the truth.” Windman said at the time on a telephone line that is now well known.
In response, Trump fired Vindman in February as the top Ukrainian expert on the National Security Council and also dismissed his twin brother. He also played a key role in the impeachment proceedings and served in the White House. NSC lawyer.
When asked on Monday about his message to other foreign-born Americans who might want to serve the country but were dissuaded by his legend, Widman insisted that it is a “privilege” to “do the right thing” as a witness. .
He said: “Yes, there may be some related costs, but you can move on.” “You can recover. You can play your role in protecting this country.”