Will the House Intelligence committee do what it should have done three months ago? Adam Schiff says he’s “considering” it in light of John Bolton’s change of heart, but he doesn’t sound terribly enthusiastic about the prospect. Schiff pronounces himself “skeptical” that Bolton would actually appear in the first place, but tells Joy Behar that it’s the Senate’s job to provide a factual basis to dispute the speculative case the House has made for impeachment without first-hand witnesses.
That’s, um, an interesting argument:
NEW: House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff tells @TheView "we are considering whether to subpoena" John Bolton in the House.
— ABC News (@ABC) January 13, 2020