OAN Newsroom UPDATED 6:46 AM PT — Wednesday, January 22, 2020 GOP Senators celebrated a successful day after the first round of impeachment debates came…
According to a new report, the fatal U.S. air strike on the Iranian Gen. Qasam Soleimani may have been months in the making. NBC recently quoted several White House sources who said President Trump recognized Soleimani as a target after the downing of a U.S. Intelligence drone by Iranian forces back in June of last year.
On Sunday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stated the House may subpoena former National Security Advisor John Bolton. Pelosi said that this possibility has “not been excluded” from consideration, but added her chamber has to see how the Senate trial goes first.
President Trump has signaled the White House may try to restrict the testimony of former National Security Adviser John Bolton. On Thursday, the president said he would defer to the Senate if Bolton were to testify in the upcoming impeachment trial.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is seeking to force the chamber to vote on witnesses at the start of the impeachment trial. During remarks on the Senate floor Tuesday, Schumer said there will be votes at the beginning of the trial on whether to call four witnesses Democrats have recommended.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton is saying the U.S. should resume all military operations in South Korea in response to recent threats from Pyongyang.