Trump wants to have John Bolton criminally investigated after the Senate impeachment vote because he believes Bolton mishandled classified information.
Rudy Giuliani is admitting that the meeting with John Bolton that Trump claims never happened actually did happen.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) threatened Democrats with retaliation if they dare to call John Bolton to testify at Trump's impeachment trial.
House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Eliot Engel said that John Bolton implied to him in September that he needed to investigate the firing of Marie Yovanovitch.
Former Trump chief of staff John Kelly said that he believed John Bolton on Trump tying Ukraine aid to a Biden investigation.
Trump's defense turned into a perfect argument for having John Bolton testify as they claimed not to know how to get into Trump's head.
John Bolton turned over one copy of his book to the White House for review. The White House made copies, and then somebody leaked it.
Former national security adviser John Bolton shared his concerns with Attorney General William Barr that Trump was doing personal favors for dictators.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that Bolton brought the Trump cover-up out in the open, and Senate Republicans will part of it if they block witnesses.
Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton wrote in an unpublished manuscript that Trump conditioned aid to Ukraine on a Biden investigation.
Speaker Pelosi has the power to get around Mitch McConnell's witness blockade by holding on to the articles of impeachment and having Bolton testify in the House.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace, who has known John Bolton for 20 years, says it is a decent bet that Bolton knows where the Republican votes are to subpoena him.
The number two Republican in the Senate, Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) sent a strong signal on Monday that McConnell doesn't have the votes to prevent witnesses.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) told John Bolton, Mike Pompeo, and Mick Mulvaney that their day is coming and they can't run forever.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace expressed the belief that John Bolton has the power to get Trump convicted and removed from office by the Senate.
In a private speech Trump's former national security adviser, John Bolton said that the president made a foreign policy decision in Turkey based on his own business interests.
Mick Mulvaney tried to get in on John Bolton's lawsuit on impeachment subpoenas and was rejected by the former national security advisor.
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton called what Trump and Giuliani were doing in Ukraine a "drug deal," and was so alarmed that wanted White House lawyers notified.
Malcolm Nance said that John Bolton may have resigned, but he is another former administration official who refuses to tell America that Trump is unfit.
John Bolton was urging Trump to stop giving everything away to dictators and terrorists without getting anything in return, so Trump fired him.