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Washington Post PoliticsJan 28, 2020
Impeachment trial live updates: Trump defense team says Democrats are trying to remove him from office over policy differences
A leaked book manuscript by former national security adviser John Bolton has ramped up pressure on Republicans to hear testimony before the president's trial wraps up.

PoliticoJan 28, 2020
Senate Republicans calm down after Bolton panic
Top Republicans warn that calling Bolton or other witnesses could lead to "an endless cycle" that would drag the trial out.

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Politics - U.S. SenateJan 28, 2020
Will There Be Witnesses? Awaiting a Senate Vote
Readers discuss whether enough Republicans will defy their leadership and vote to hear from John Bolton. Also: The New York Civil Liberties Union, on bail reform.

Huffington Post PoliticsJan 28, 2020
Trump's Lawyers Wrap Up Defense Arguments As Senators Mull Over Allowing Witnesses
Senate Republicans wrestled with whether to allow witnesses, including John Bolton who appeared ready to contradict a key Trump claim.

CNN PoliticsJan 28, 2020
Republicans take a deep breath after initial Bolton scare
Republican senators began Monday in a bad spot. They ended it feeling like they were in a better one, at least for now. What changed? A late-morning pep talk from Senate Majority Leader McConnell and a rousing argument from White House defense attorney Alan Dershowitz that gave many Republican senators the answer to the key question of the day: Why shouldn't John Bolton testify in the impeachment trial?

New York Times PoliticsJan 28, 2020
2 Republicans back proposal to privately see Bolton's manuscript.
"That manuscript is pertinent and we should get access to that manuscript to see what they're actually saying," Senator James Lankford said.

Washington Post PoliticsJan 28, 2020
Senate Republicans seize on Dershowitz argument, say Trump's actions aren't impeachable
Some said even if President Trump strong-armed Ukraine to help him politically, that is not an impeachable offense.

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Washington Post PoliticsJan 28, 2020
What Trump allies and Republicans said about quid pro quo before the Bolton news
For many, it was described as something of a red line.

PoliticoJan 27, 2020
‘It's going to be harmful': Republicans weaponize Trump team attacks on Biden
"Those Democratic caucus goers, will they be supporting vice president Biden at this point?" asked Sen. Joni Ernst.
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