WASHINGTON—Former national security adviser John Bolton, described by witnesses who testified at President Trump’s impeachment hearings as alarmed at the pressure put on Ukraine, said he would testify in a Senate trial if subpoenaed by lawmakers.
Mr. Bolton’s statement Monday spurred partisan wrangling over how the Senate impeachment trial would be conducted and added pressure on Republicans to call the former official. Mr. Bolton has previously conveyed that he has new information about the White House’s Ukraine policy.
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