In a Sunday interview which aired on ABC News, former National Security Advisor John Bolton said his “hope” is that history remembers President Donald Trump as a “one-term president who didn’t plunge the country irretrievably into a downward spiral” from which it cannot recover.
Menendez is now demanding an investigation into President Trump’s financial ties with foreign governments — a longtime goal of Democrats.
Federal prosecutors are considering filing criminal charges against former Trump National Security Advisor John Bolton if his soon-to-be-released memoir contains classified information, according to a report.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) told the Senate during President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial on Wednesday that he “waived” his executive privilege “the moment President Trump said that John Bolton was not telling the truth.”
Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz told the Senate impeachment trial Monday evening that even if allegations attributed to former National Security Advisor John Bolton were true, they would not be impeachable conduct.
Senator Angus King (I-ME) said Monday on NPR’s “All Things Considered” that he believed up to 10 Republican senators are willing to vote to hear the testimony of former National Security Advisor John Bolton.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Monday on MSNBC’s coverage of President Donald Trump’s impeachment that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) was losing control over the Republican senators who seem more willing to vote to hear the testimony of former National Security Advisor John Bolton.
Meadows said Monday that he believes the leak of Bolton’s book manuscript is a “coordinated leak” to change the narrative.
Fred Fleitz urged Former National Security Advisor John Bolton to withdraw his tell-all book from his publisher “immediately.”
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is reportedly “curious” to hear what John Bolton has to say following a New York Times report containing revelations from his forthcoming book.
A draft of a book by former National Security Advisor John Bolton reportedly claims that President Donald Trump wanted to withhold aid to Ukraine until it completed investigations of former Vice President Joe Biden and others, according to the New York Times on Sunday evening.
CNN media reporter Brian Stelter tweeted Sunday evening that former National Security Advisor John Bolton’s new memoir went on pre-order sale at Amazon.com right after the New York Times published an article suggesting it would undermine President Donald Trump’s defense against impeachment and removal.
President Donald Trump denied claims in a New York Times report Sunday evening about a forthcoming book by former National Security Advisor John Bolton in which Bolton reportedly claims Trump wanted to make aid to Ukraine conditional on investigations into “Democrats.”
On Sunday’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said if the Senate does not subpoena former National Security Advisor John Bolton, the House will. Pelosi said, “We are in court on the witnesses. It could take a