BREAKEND NEWS: John Bolton will testify at closed doors next week, while Democrats go looking for Donald Trump's rejected National Security Advisor to burn him
- John Bolton will testify next Thursday in an investigation into closed doors
- It is unclear whether he comes voluntarily or will be summoned
- He is at the top of the list of Democrats for witnesses
- Democrats will force him to burn President Trump
- Bolton is said to have been frustrated by the efforts of Trump & # 39; s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to conduct a foreign policy with Ukraine
John Bolton will testify next week in Donald Trump's sediment investigation, while Democrats seek out the former national security adviser to burn the president in his statement.
Bolton will testify next Thursday, confirms the DailyMail.com.
Allegedly he was frustrated by the efforts of Trump & # 39; s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to conduct a foreign policy with Ukraine and called the former mayor & # 39; a hand grenade that everyone is going to blow up & # 39 ;.
Next week, the legal adviser of the National Security Council John Eisenberg and his deputy Michael Ellis will testify. The testimony was first reported by The New York Times.
It is unclear whether Bolton's statement is voluntary or whether he will be summoned.
The White House will probably try to block the testimonials, citing the privilege of the executive.
Former national security adviser John Bolton will testify next week in Donald Trump's sediment investigation
Bolton is said to have been frustrated by the efforts of Trump & # 39; s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to conduct a foreign policy with Ukraine
Bolton's lawyers spoke with the staff of the three committees that handled the closed door to reach an agreement.
& # 39; It is clear that he has very relevant information and we want him to testify, & # 39; said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff Sunday about ABC & # 39; s & # 39; This Week & # 39; from Bolton.
President Trump dismissed Bolton in September, who is known for his harsh attitude against the arch-enemies of Washington, in particular Iran, North Korea and Venezuela.
Bolton was on the wish list of the Democrats for a witness after he turned out to be critical of government efforts and of Trump & # 39; s allies to press Ukraine to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden.
Bolton was so alarmed by the movements that he warned a lawyer, his former assistant Fiona Hill testified last week in a conference position behind closed doors.
Hill told lawmakers that Bolton said that Giuliani, the President's point-man in Ukraine, was a hand grenade that everyone is going to blow up, according to a report in The New York Times.
After a & # 39; sharp exchange & # 39; with US ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, who worked with Giuliani on the printing campaign, instructed Bolton Hill to notify a lawyer from the National Security Council.
Referring to White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, Bolton told Hill to pass on a message to the chief lawyer for the National Security Council: & # 39; I am not part of the drug deal that Sondland and Mulvaney are preparing. & # 39;
In addition, Christopher Anderson, a foreign ministry employee who was a special adviser on Ukraine, testified on Wednesday that Bolton warned in a White House meeting on 13 June that Giuliani was an important voice with the president in Ukraine, which is a obstacle for increased White House engagement. & # 39;
Anderson & # 39; s pick up line, obtained by The Wall Street Journal, outlines staff efforts to support US-Ukraine relations and to support Volodymyr Zelensky's presidency in the aftermath of the resignation of Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and a Giuliani tweet sent shortly after Zelensky's election and claimed that the new president was surrounded by enemies of President Trump.
Bolton's warning came before Trump's call on July 25 with Zelensky that led to the investigation into accusation, which is entering a new phase on Capitol Hill as legislators prepare to make the investigation public.
Anderson will testify that Bolton, who was then National Security Adviser, in a White House meeting & # 39; White House's increased involvement with Ukraine & # 39; to help them fight Russian aggression.