Former White house adviser for national security John Bolton is ready to testify in the Senate on the case concerning the impeachment of the President of the United States Donald Trump.
“If the Senate issued a summons for giving me the testimony, I am ready to do it,” — said in a statement Bolton, an extract from which leads RIA Novosti.
Earlier, former adviser to the President of the United States have repeatedly refused to testify in the house of representatives of the us Congress, where hearings on the issue were under democratic leadership. The Senate majority belongs to the Republicans.
the House of representatives ruled to impeach Trump on two counts: abuse of authority and obstruction of Congress. The process needs to hold the Senate. However, the allegations, the Senate has not yet passed. Not appointed as members of Congress who are expected to testify at the trial as prosecutors.
Earlier, Bolton has accused trump the fact that he supposedly makes decisions on foreign policy, on the basis of personal interests.