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The army is not for the initiation of an investigation in a highly decorated officer, was a key witness in the impeachment inquiry in President Trump, and then removes his White House National Security Council (NSC), the position, officials said Friday.
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said Lt. Col. Alex he received his begins an activity at a military college later this year, but he will be moved to a short-term assignment in the meantime. McCarthy has no details about the new task.
“Colonel, he received his plan was to come back to the army. He was detailed to the National security Council, the in about may-June period,” McCarthy said in an appearance at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, “We brought back with him, he basically has a bridging assignment for a couple [of] months … and then the heading on a senior service college this summer, and there is no inquiries of him.”
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Lieutenant Colonel Alexander he received his, left, walks with his twin brother, Army Lieutenant Colonel Yevgeny he received his, in November 2019 after testified before the House Intelligence Committee. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, file)
He received his headlines when he testified before the house impeachment panel to investigate that Trump inappropriately pushed Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, a former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.
He was ousted from his job in the White house two days after the Senate free Trump talked about at the expense of the abuse of power and obstruction of justice. He received his twin brother, Lieutenant Colonel Yevgeny he received his, who worked as an ethics lawyer at the NSC, was also relieved of his post and was reassigned to the army General Counsel’s Office.
On Tuesday, Trump suggested that the Pentagon, he received his make behavior and may be subject to disciplinary measures. He said he thought his actions were “very unruly.”
“This is the military,” Trump said. “We’ll see. Are you sure, I imagine, look at this.”
The former White house chief of staff John Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general, came he received his s defense this week.
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“He did exactly what we teach you to do, from the cradle to the grave,” Kelly, an audience at Drew University in New Jersey said on Wednesday, according to The Atlantic. “He went and told his boss what he have just heard.”
Trump hit for Kelly on Thursday, he said, “can’t keep his mouth shut.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.