Fiona Hill doesn't regret joining the Trump administration, despite her acrimonious exit from the government as a result of the former US president's first impeachment trial.
“I don't have any problem whatsoever with what I did, and the decision that I made in going into the White House or the administration and National Security Council back in 2017,” Hill told Ian Bremmer.
The former senior director of the National Security Council famously testified against her impeached boss, who stayed in power after being acquitted by the Senate of abuse of power and obstructing Congress.
“I never expected to be in that position," she said, "but I think it's very important for people to stand up there, be counted, and speak out.”
Watch her full interview on this episode of GZERO World: American strife: Will US democracy survive? Fiona Hill explains post-Jan 6 stakes