Bolton Book Details Trump Efforts to Deploy Giuliani in Ukraine

In his still-unreleased book, former national security adviser John Bolton says President Donald Trump asked him to help arrange a meeting between Rudy Giuliani and the new president of Ukraine at the time Trump sought to have Ukraine announce investigations into former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Ahead of Flynn Sentencing, Prosecutors Tout His Contributions to Russia Probe

Michael Flynn met 19 times with federal investigators, submitting to nearly a hundred hours of interviews, in the two years since the former national-security adviser pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, the Special Counsel’s Office told a federal judge Thursday.

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Ex-National Security Adviser Argues Subpoena Case Isn’t Moot

Hours after six House committees rolled out articles of impeachment, a former top adviser to President Donald Trump was in D.C. federal court Tuesday over a rescinded subpoena that he argues Democrats could revive in a Senate trial. 

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Ex-National Security Official Fights Bid to Toss Testimony Case

In a legal battle to determine if senior White House advisers are immune from testifying to Congress, John Bolton’s former deputy is arguing his case in D.C. federal court is not moot despite House Democrats pulling his impeachment subpoena. 

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Trump’s Ukraine Narrative Comes From Russia, Witness Warns

President Donald Trump and some House Republicans have aired a theory that U.S. allies in Ukraine, rather than adversaries in Russia, interfered in the 2016 elections. Testifying before Congress on Thursday, former senior National Security Council official Fiona Hill cleared the air.

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Impeachment Committees Release Insights From Nat-Sec Officials

New transcripts released Friday from impeachment investigators allege that Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House Chief of Staff, signed off on making a White House visit for Ukraine’s president conditional on the country opening investigations into former Vice President Joe Biden, his son and the 2016 presidential election.

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Judge Pledges Quick End to Fight Over Impeachment Testimony

A federal judge determined to fast-track a case brought by impeachment inquiry witness Charles Kupperman indicated Thursday the dispute over the former deputy national security adviser’s testimony to Congress will likely be resolved before the year is out. 

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Impeachment Investigators Grill Ex-Trump Adviser on Quid Pro Quo Concerns

House lawmakers conducting the impeachment probe of President Donald Trump met Thursday with the first White House political appointee to testify, a day after the official resigned as the president’s national-security adviser on Russia and Europe.

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