The woman at the heart of the Donald J. Trump impeachment has finally quit her job.
Former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanavitch has officially retired from her position at the State Department.
Retiring in Disgrace
Yovanovitch has been portrayed by Democrats as an exemplary employee.
For all I know, she may have been, but that was long before Trump ever took office.
From the reports we have seen since Trump took office was someone that was deeply undermining national security and the President of the United States.
If we are to believe Rudy Giuliani and his sources, Yovanovitch was telling her contacts in Ukraine to hold off because Trump was going to be impeached and removed from office.
Democrats believe Giuliani was plotting to have her removed from office, but he stated he was merely providing reports on her, although he did believe she should have been removed based on what he learned.
He stated, “I just gave them the facts.
“I mean, did I think she should be recalled?
“I thought she should have been fired.”
During her testimony, she enraged conservatives with her obvious bias.
Her House testimony brought her into the spotlight, though, something she was hoping would never happen.
From the days of the hearing, Yovanovitch claims her life has been a mess.
She stated, “It’s been a difficult time. I mean, I’m a private person.
“I don’t want to put all that out there, but it’s been a very, very difficult time because the president does have the right to have his own or her own ambassador in every country in the world.
“There’s a question as to why the kind of campaign to get me out of Ukraine happened, because all the president has to do is say he wants a different ambassador and in my line of work … all we have is our reputation and so this has been a very painful period.”
Her departure marks the fourth State Department official to retire after having been tied to the impeachment and most Trump supporters would say good riddance.