Alexander Vindman is a former US Army lieutenant colonel who served as the Director for European Affairs at the US National Security Council (NSC) until February 7, 2020, when he was reassigned.
Vindman made national headlines in October 2019 when he testified in front of the US Congress about the Trump–Ukraine crisis. In the impeachment of Donald Trump, his testimony produced evidence that led to an allegation of abuse of authority.
Vindman was commissioned as an infantry officer in 1999 and was awarded the Purple Heart medal for wounds sustained in an IED attack during the Iraq War in 2004.
He joined the NSC in 2008 as a foreign area officer concentrating in Eurasia, and in 2018 he was promoted to Director for European Affairs.
After 21 years in the military, Vindman retired in July 2020.
After complying with a subpoena to appear in front of Congress during Trump's impeachment hearings, he alleged spiteful behavior and intimidation by President Trump and administration officials.
Vindman's promotion to the rank of colonel had been unnaturally postponed by the administration at the time of his retirement.
He sued many Trump supporters in February 2022, alleging that they intimidated and retaliated against him while he testified in Congress.
Alexander Vindman's net worth is currently estimated at $4.2 million.
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Alexander Vindman is married to Rachel Vindman since 2006.
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Parents: Alexander Vindman’s father is Semyon Vindman.
Siblings: Alexander Vindman has a brother named Yevgeny Vindman.
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