House investigators want President Donald Trump’s former national security advisor John Bolton to testify in their impeachment probe on Nov. 7, it was reported Wednesday. Whether Bolton will be there that day is another question.
Multiple media outlets reported Wednesday that Bolton’s deposition in the impeachment inquiry is tentatively set for Nov. 7. The reports came five days after NBC News reported that lawyers for Bolton were in touch with House officials about his possible testimony.
Meanwhile this is happening right now:
A career Foreign Service officer plans to tell Congress on Wednesday that former national security adviser John Bolton warned about the influence Rudy Giuliani had on US-Ukraine policymaking during a recent meeting with top American officials, according to his prepared statement.
Christopher Anderson, who was the assistant to former special envoy for Ukraine Kurt Volker, is one of two State Department officials who will testify behind closed doors as part of the House’s impeachment inquiry.