Trump’s Twitter War Room Aims Its Punches at Decorated Colonel

Days after a decorated Army lieutenant
colonel offered damaging testimony about President Trump’s conduct on a
July phone call with Ukraine’s leader, Mr. Trump stood on the South Lawn
and issued a vague but ominous warning.“You’ll be seeing very soon what comes out,” Mr. Trump said on Saturday, referring to the officer, Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman.

Trump attacks Marie Yovanovitch as she calls his conduct 'intimidating'

U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch told lawmakers Friday that
when she read how President Trump had talked about her to his Ukrainian
counterpart in a July phone call — saying ominously that “she’s going
to go through some things” — the color drained from her face.“It sounded like a threat,” she said.Even
as Yovanovitch testified, the president continued to go after her,
writing on Twitter, “Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad.”

Alexander Vindman Fired and Escorted From the White House

The decision to move Colonel Vindman out of the White House complex, reported previously by Bloomberg News and The Washington Post,
came as Mr. Trump and his allies have made clear that they will seek to
exact payback against those he blames for triggering his impeachment
and trial.

Trump announces cutoff of new funding for the World Health Organization over pandemic response

Trump announced Tuesday that he will suspend payments to the World
Health Organization in response to the United Nations agency’s handling
of the coronavirus
pandemic, as the organization is in the midst of combating a global
outbreak that has killed thousands and crippled world economies. Trump’s
announcement was expected, as he seeks to deflect blame for his early
dismissal of the virus as a threat to Americans and the U.S. economy.