Major Anti-Trump Witness Accused of Trying to Profit from Attacks Against 45

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A major witness in the 2019 impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is being accused of trying to make a hefty profit off the war in Ukraine, using his anti-Trump credentials to bolster his case.

Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee leveled the charge against retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.

Vindman portrayed himself as a whistleblower trying to protect the integrity of government when he leaked information about a call between Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky and subsequently testified against Trump in his impeachment.

Vindman’s staunchest critics painted him as a malcontent who was solely out for himself.

Blackburn told Fox News that Vindman remains an “opportunist” to this day, and is trying to turn a profit from the war in Ukraine.

“When conservatives speak the truth, the mainstream media panics and desperately attempts to provide cover for the left. They did this for Alexander Vindman, just like they did for Hunter Biden, Dr. Fauci and teachers unions,” Blackburn said, referring to Vindman’s support from the media against Trump.

“Alexander Vindman has always been a political activist and opportunist masquerading behind his career. He saw an opening for personal fame and profited by exploiting the media’s outrage against President Trump,” she said.

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