Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Monday wrote to 74 inspector generals asking for “quick action to examine any and all scenarios of retaliation” towards whistleblowers.
He cited President TrumpDonald John TrumpBrad Pitt quips he has a lot more time to give Oscars speech than John Bolton had to testify Trump beneath tension to renew previous nuke treaty with Russia Trump to request 6 per cent domestic cuts in .8 trillion finances Far more‘s “retaliation” from Lt. Col. Alexander VindmanAlexander VindmanGraham backs Vindman firing: ‘People in his chain of command have been suspicious of him regarding his political level of view’ Pelosi: Vindman ouster is ‘shameful’ Group of GOP senators attempted to prevent Trump from Sondland ouster: report Far more adhering to his testimony in Trump’s impeachment trial.
Vindman was eliminated from his place from the White Residence past week in a shift his attorney known as “revenge.” The White Property claimed Vindman was returning to his whole-time career just after a short term assignment at the National Security Council.
“These attacks are section of a perilous, expanding pattern of retaliation versus all those who report wrongdoing only to uncover them selves focused by the President and topic to his wrath and vindictiveness,” Schumer wrote.
Examine Schumer’s letter to the performing inspector normal for the Division of Defense beneath.