Request for Moving Centers around Segment 28 October at Laura Ingraham's "Angle of Ingraham" Main Exhibition
"Isn't this an interesting angle in this story?" Ingraham asked her guest John Yoo, a law professor who worked in the government of President George W. Bush.
"I find it overwhelming," Yoo replied. "Some people might call it espionage."
Vindman's lawyer David Pressman described this segment as "false and defamatory" and "deeply wrong and wrong" in his letter when we notice that espionage is punishable by death.  Vindman, the recipient of the Purple Heart, was the target of Trump and his allies for his testimony to House Investigators. Vindman testified that he was "unsuitable for the President of the United States to demand that a foreign government investigate an American citizen and a political opponent".
Trump and his allies replied against Vindman's testimony by calling him so-called "never trumper" and questioning his patriotism, although his work as a White House Ukrainian expert was to work with the Ukrainian government. At his hearing on Tuesday, Vindman insisted he was "never partisan" when the GOP legislators suggested he was biased against the president.
Pressman said that Ingraham's segment "triggered a flow of republics and copied false accusations" and was amplified. Trump on Twitter
"Fox News has a serious responsibility for the truth," Pressman wrote. “This segment was not true. Now it has been repeated by some of the most powerful people in the world. ”
“ It causes great pain, ”Pressman added. "We ask you to withdraw coverage, correct the record, and disclose the truth."
Fox News spokesman pointed out the clarification of Yoo when asked to comment on Pressman's network letter.
"As a Fox News guest, John Yoo was responsible for his own feelings and then interviewed to clarify what he meant," a Fox News spokesman said.