In Battle Over Bolton Testimony, Does Mitch McConnell Have The Votes? – Day That Was | MSNBC

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledged to Republican senators during a private meeting Tuesday that he did not currently have the votes to avoid calling witnesses in the Impeachment of Donald J Trump. A pair of moderate Republican senators — Mitt Romney and Susan Collins — said earlier that the report of major revelations in former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s soon-to-be-released book strengthens the case for calling witnesses. The White House defense rested Tuesday. Aired on 1/28/20.
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