A White House lawyer rushed to move a transcript of President Donald Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president on a highly classified server after White House Ukraine expert Alexander Vindman raised concerns about the call, according to a new report. Vindman scrambled into the office of White House lawyer John Eisenberg after the July 25 call, complaining that what the president had said on the call was wrong, according the the Washington Post. Eisenberg, the White House’s legal adviser on national security issues, immediately proposed moving a transcript of the call to a highly classified server and restricting access to it, according to two people familiar with Vindman’s account. House impeachment investigators on Wednesday evening announced they have asked Eisenberg and a fellow White House lawyer, Mike Ellis, to testify Monday. Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, Director for European Affairs at the National Security Council, arrives at a closed session before the House Intelligence on Wednesday Vindman, who was born in Ukraine, expressed strong concerns about Trump’s policy toward the country after the July 25 phone call It comes after Vindman told House lawmakers he became convinced that Trump was personally holding up $400 million in aid for Ukraine to force the… Read full this story
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