BREAKING: Trump reveals whether he would block Bolton from testifying in Senate trial

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BY TEAM DML / JANUARY 10, 2020 /

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President Trump said Friday he would invoke executive privilege to try to block his former national security advisor from testifying in a Senate impeachment trial as Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the House will be prepared to move articles of impeachment to the Senate next week.

Trump’s statement, in an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham, marked the first time he openly said he would try to block John Bolton from testifying if the Senate were to subpoena his former advisor.

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“I think you have to, for the sake of the office,” he said when Ingraham asked if he would try to prevent such testimony.

It is not clear whether the Senate will accept an executive privilege claim in an impeachment trial.

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