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‘But you know, his grammar might have been right’: Lt. Col. Vindman bashed John Solomon in testimony

Zeldin: Did your sources, though, say that everything was false or just parts of it were false?

Vindman: I think all the key elements were false.

Zeldin: Just so I understand what you mean when you say key elements. Are you referring to everything John Solomon stated or just some of it?

Vindman: All the elements that I just laid out for you. The criticisms of corruption were false.

Zeldin: You mentioned —

Vindman: Were there more items in there, frankly, congressman? I don’t recall.

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Fox News’s Catherine Herridge takes her Hannity-parrying skills to CBS News

HANNITY: Well, Catherine, I’ll tell you one thing that I think is unfair. Didn’t McCabe tell Lieutenant General Flynn, a 33-year veteran, that he didn’t need a lawyer just before [James] Comey bragging about sending people in, that he would never do that in the Bush or the Obama administration, to take advantage of the chaos, knowing it was an interrogation?

Wouldn’t that be — to me that sounds like Miranda right violations.

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MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace deploys glorious vulgarity to blast rival network

Wallace went off: “His biography and his life of service make the attacks against him remarkable. At a time when attacks on once-sacred institutions and their leaders have stopped being noteworthy or newsworthy, Trump went from not knowing him to calling him a Never Trumper in the course of an hour and a half this morning,” she said.

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is the classic Fox News patriot. But he’s got dirt on Trump.

Ingraham: I want to get to some breaking news tonight: Fox News has confirmed that a White House national security official — his name is Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman. He is going to tell impeachment investigators tomorrow in a statement that has been distributed to some media outlets that he twice reported objections over Trump’s call with Ukraine.

But get this: This is buried in The New York Times piece tonight, but I found it very interesting.

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