LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Fox News has confirmed that a White House national security official, his name is Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, he's going to tell impeachment investigators tomorrow in a statement that's 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.
He's a decorated colonel, by the way, in the Iraq War -- but because Col. Vindman emigrated from Ukraine along with his family when he was a child and is fluent in Ukrainian and Russian, Ukrainian officials sought advice from him about how to deal with Mr. [Rudy] Giuliani, though they typically communicated in English.
Now, wait a second, John. Here we have a U.S. national security official who is advising Ukraine, while working inside the White House, apparently against the president's interest, and usually, they spoke in English. Isn't that kind of an interesting angle on this story?
JOHN YOO: I find that astounding, and in -- you know, some people might call that espionage, but it doesn't actually seem to add any new facts to what we know.