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US House Democrats 'likely' to subpoena John Bolton: Nadler

Al Jazeera Wednesday, 5 February 2020 ()
Democrats had failed in a push for the former national security adviser to testify in the Senate trial.
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News video: Even After the Impeachment Trial John Bolton Could Still Be Subpoenaed by House Democrats

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Even with President Trump’s impeachment trial winding down, John Bolton could still be called to testify before Congress. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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