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Nadler says House could subpoena Bolton if Senate doesn't - CNN

Reuters India Thursday, 30 January 2020
The head of the U.S. House Judiciary panel said it might be a good idea for the House of Representatives to subpoena President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton if the Senate does not call him as an impeachment trial witness, CNN reported.
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Trump Hits Back at Bolton as Senate Weighs Calling Him as Witness President Donald Trump lambasted his former national security advisor, John Bolton, via Twitter on Wednesday morning. In a double tweet, Trump says that if he had listened to Bolton, "we would be in World War Six by now." Trump also...

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