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🚨 POLL: Should the House subpoena Bolton?

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Nancy Pelosi claims that the House will make a “judgment” on whether to subpoena former national security adviser John Bolton, as unreported claims have been revealed in his forthcoming “tell all” memoir about President Trump, according to Fox News.

Fox News has already obtained a copy of Bolton’s upcoming 592-page memoir, “The Room Where it Happened.”

Bolton accused the House of committing “impeachment malpractice” by keeping their prosecution focused narrowly on Ukraine while claiming Trump’s alleged misconduct went far beyond that controversy and through the full range of his foreign policy.

During a press conference on June 18, Pelosi said of Bolton, “He was so arrogant.”

“We did impeach the president of the United States.”

Bolton’s memoir recites, “I am convinced, given the environment then existing because of the House’s impeachment malpractice, that it would have made no significant difference in the Senate outcome.”

Pelosi however, boasted at the achievement of impeaching President Trump.

“I am very proud of what we did.”

Trump was acquitted by the Senate in February.

“Somebody who is trying to keep the con going by criticizing us when he wouldn’t come in. He said he would go to the Senate when we said that we could not subpoena him.”

She added: “He does want to keep his ties with the right wing.”

When asked whether the House would subpoena Bolton to appear for testimony, Pelosi said the House would be “discussing” the matter.

“We will make a judgment,” she said.

“Bolton’s book, which is getting terrible reviews, is a compilation of lies and made up stories, all intended to make me look bad,” Trump tweeted. “Many of the ridiculous statements he attributes to me were never made, pure fiction.”

He added: “Just trying to get even for firing him like the sick puppy he is!”

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Pelosi went on to slam Bolton, saying he “chose money over patriotism,” and noted that she did not read the book and did not “want to give money to the book.”

At the center of the impeachment inquiry, which began in September, was Trump’s July 25 phone call with Kiev. That call prompted a whistleblower complaint to the intelligence community inspector general, and in turn, an impeachment inquiry in the House. Trump challenged the accuracy of the complaint, though the transcript released by the White House did support the core allegations that he pressed for politically related investigations concerning the Bidens.

The president’s request came after millions in U.S. military aid to Ukraine had been frozen, which Democrats and witnesses have claimed shows a “quid pro quo” arrangement. Trump denies any wrongdoing. The aid was eventually delivered.