Vindman Admits He Spoke To IC Official About Ukraine Call, Schiff Immediately Interrupts

A witness made an admission about Ukranian phone call and Adam Schiff jumped right in to stop Devin Nunes’s questioning.

Adam Schiff immediately interrupted LTC Alexander Vindman’s testimony today when he admitted that he had spoken to others about the Ukraine call. Warning Vindman not to share any info that could identify the anonymous person

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff quickly interrupted LTC Alexander Vindman’s testimony Tuesday when Vindman admitted that he had spoken to others about the Ukraine call.

Ranking Republican member Devin Nunes was following a line of questioning into the July 25 phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, asking who Vindman might have spoken to about the call and his concerns about the implications of that call.

“Lieutenant Colonel Vindman, did you discuss the July 25th phone call with anyone outside the White House on July 25th or the 26th and if so with whom?” Nunes asked.

“Yes. I did,” Vindman replied. “My core function is to coordinate U.S. Government policy and I spoke to two individual with regards to providing a — some sort of readout of the call … Not in the White House. Cleared U.S. Government officials with the appropriate need to know.”

“And what agencies were these officials with?” Nunes pressed.

Secretary of State George Kent, who testified before the committee last week. He also said that he told an unnamed official within the intelligence community.

“As you know, the intelligence community has 17 different agencies. What agency was this individual from?” Nunes asked for clarification, at which point Schiff interrupted.

“If I could interject here. We don’t want to use the proceedings —” Schiff began. More

Odd that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said he does not know who the whistleblower is but knows if he answers what of 17 agencies he spoke to would out an individual.

Schiff’s witnesses are not working out the way he had planned. Maybe he should testify himself. He is great at spinning.

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