Politics House Dems release new impeachment evidence related to indicted Giuliani associate

01:15  15 january  2020
01:15  15 january  2020 Source:   politico.com

John Bolton 'prepared to testify' if subpoenaed by Senate

  John Bolton 'prepared to testify' if subpoenaed by Senate WASHINGTON (AP) — Ex-Trump national security adviser John Bolton says he's 'prepared to testify' in Senate impeachment trial if subpoenaed.President Donald Trump leaves the White House for a campaign trip to Battle Creek, Mich., on Dec. 18, in Washington. Trump is on the cusp of being impeached by the House, with a historic debate set Wednesday on charges that he abused his power and obstructed Congress ahead of votes that will leave a defining mark on his tenure at the White House.

NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge on Friday allowed a Rudy Giuliani associate indicted on campaign finance charges to turn over documents to Congress as part of the impeachment Parnas and Fruman were indicted in October on federal campaign finance violations related to a 5,000

The House Intelligence Committee and one of Rudy Giuliani 's associates have reached "an There is no evidence of wrongdoing by either Biden in Ukraine. Kislin's attorney Jeffrey Kislin was one of three Giuliani associates that received requests for documents and testimony from House Democrats.

The House Intelligence Committee released new evidence related to the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, including information turned over by Lev Parnas, an indicted former associate of Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Lev Parnas. © Stephanie Keith/Getty Images Lev Parnas.

The material also includes a previously undisclosed May 2019 letter from Giuliani to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. In the letter, Giuliani asked for a meeting with Zelensky as the former New York City mayor was pursuing investigations targeting former Vice President Joe Biden.

The transmission, which reflects the unfinished nature of the House’s impeachment inquiry, comes ahead of an expected House vote on Wednesday to formally send the impeachment articles to the Senate for a trial.

Trump shows anxiety as arguments begin in Senate impeachment trial .
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump on Wednesday hardened his opposition to allowing former national security adviser John Bolton to testify in his Senate impeachment trial, citing national security but adding a note of apprehension: "I don't know if we left on the best of terms. "You don't like people testifying when they didn't leave on good terms," Trump said at a news conference before departing from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “And that was due to me, not him.

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