(Tea Party PAC) – The President of the United States is having an awesome week.
And that means, with an America First president like Donald Trump, that our nation is having an awesome week.
On Friday, just after firing Lt. Col Alex Vindman and his twin brother were fired and escorted from the White House, Trump fired another agent of the Deep State who worked on behalf of the Democrats’ impeachment scam.
This time around, it was EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland.
“I was advised today that the president intends to recall me effective immediately as United States Ambassador to the European Union,” Sondland said in a statement.
Sondland testified in the House impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump.
The Gateway Pundit explains:
Sondland‘s testimony was revised after his ‘memory was refreshed’ from reading other testimony to reflect what he described as a ‘quid pro quo message’ delivered to Andriy Yermak, a top adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The Democrats harassed Sondland in October during his closed-door interview and accused him of being an agent of shadow foreign policy on Ukraine, and so he changed his story.
“I said that resumption of the U.S. aid would likely not occur until Ukraine provided the public anti-corruption statement that we had been discussing for many weeks,” Sondland said in the document.
Sondland said in his new testimony that he believed that withholding a $391 million aid package from Ukraine was “ill-advised” but admitted that he didn’t know “when, why or by whom the aid was suspended.”
“I presumed that the aid suspension had become linked to the proposed anticorruption statement,” Sondland said.
So Soldland presumed that the aid suspension was connected to Trump’s discussion with President Zelensky, during which he’d mentioned the Biden crime family.
On top of everything that went on this week, we’re glad to see the swap is also being steadily drained.
Breaking News: President Trump fired a second prominent witness in the impeachment inquiry in just a matter of hours: Gordon Sondland, the E.U. ambassador https://t.co/3IKMCv9VQN
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 7, 2020