Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a National Security Council aide, appeared Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee during a hearing on the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Vindman said he thought Trump’s July 25 call to the Ukrainian leader was “inappropriate.”
And during his testimony Vindman told the Democrat Party Counsel Goldman that he was responsible for creating a “cohesive, coherent” Ukrainian policy.
After that claim, the White House fired out a statement, saying his testimony amounted to “nothing more than policy disagreements.”
The White House said the president — not an NSC aide — sets U.S. policy.
“The President is in charge of setting the foreign policy of the United States, not unelected bureaucrats,” the White House said. […]
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