House Impeachment Manager Jerrold Nadler warned his Congressional colleagues Wednesday he may issue subpoenas to former National Security Advisor John Bolton after President Trump is acquitted.
“House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., warned Wednesday that investigations into President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine may not end after the Senate’s afternoon vote in the impeachment trial, and that he may issue a subpoena for former national security adviser John Bolton,” reports Fox News.
“Nadler said he did not know when a Bolton subpoena may come, but he may hold off for the time being. His committee is presently awaiting a ruling in a case where they have been seeking to compel the testimony of former White House counsel Don McGahn over Trump’s assertion of privilege. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in that case in early January, and a ruling could come as soon as Friday,” adds Fox.
The President is expected to be acquitted in the ongoing impeachment trial late Wednesday afternoon.
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Source: Fox News