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Vindman: Storing Transcript on Super-Secure Server “Not Unprecedented”

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman testified Tuesday that storing in a secure server the transcript of President Trump’s conversation with Ukraine President Zelensky was not unprecedented, undercutting a line of attack by Democrats that the White House sought to cover up the conversation.

2 thoughts on “Vindman: Storing Transcript on Super-Secure Server “Not Unprecedented””

  1. Two hours in and I’m out. The two witnesses add nothing, reveal a lot of their opinions, but have no facts to report.

    ot: I get a “Boris and Natasha” vibe from the two witnesses. Both present as creepy and sneaky. IMO, of course.

  2. I would suspect people in the WH are exceedingly careful to restrict access to everything since there seems to be alot of untrustworthies around the President who are eager to share confidential information with the press.

    “Leakers” is a compliment. They are volunteer spies.

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