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White House Works to Save Bolton Nomination

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White House Works to Save Bolton Nomination

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White House Works to Save Bolton Nomination

White House Works to Save Bolton Nomination

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The Senate Foreign Relations Committee votes next week on John Bolton's nomination to be United Nations ambassador, even as staffers continue to explore charges of Bolton's abusive behavior and misuse of intelligence.

Interviews on Bolton

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee continues to conduct private interviews with some of Bolton's associates and co-workers regarding allegations that Bolton intimidated subordinates and attempted to ignore intelligence with which he disagreed. Read transcripts of some of those interviews by following the link below:

The committee staff is ending weeks of private interviews with some of Bolton's associates and co-workers. Bolton's supporters in the White House and elsewhere are working to win over key senators and the public.