On Friday, former National Security Council official Samantha Vinograd weighed in on the dismissal of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman — and warned that it is yet another sign of how the president's short-term whims and vendettas are undermining America's ability to conduct national security policy.
While we ask ourselves what kind of person - let alone what kind of President - feels the need to try to publicly h… https://t.co/VhzBmLOrpJ— Sam Vinograd (@Sam Vinograd)1581113721.0
Shortly after being acquitted by the Senate and getting a lifelong get out of jail free car from the GOP, the Presi… https://t.co/jJYcw7IFN0— Sam Vinograd (@Sam Vinograd)1581113721.0
But he's also trying to deter others from speaking up through appropriate channels. Absent bosses who go to bat fo… https://t.co/Hi1VqaiT4l— Sam Vinograd (@Sam Vinograd)1581113721.0
That will impact recruitment and retention, and it may also impact reporting Presidential abuse going forward.— Sam Vinograd (@Sam Vinograd)1581113722.0
The qualifications for WH jobs used to include policy experience and respect for the rule of law, now they're adver… https://t.co/G0bmV1ZSYB— Sam Vinograd (@Sam Vinograd)1581113722.0
Globally, other democracies have good reason to fear that the President is stacking his policy team with political… https://t.co/Pb0wA1IK6d— Sam Vinograd (@Sam Vinograd)1581113722.0
For those Republican Senators who said Trump learned from impeachment - this is a clear as day data point that he d… https://t.co/auBU6c2m0H— Sam Vinograd (@Sam Vinograd)1581113777.0