House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., warned Wednesday that investigations into President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine may not end after the Senate’s afternoon vote in the impeachment trial, and that he may issue a subpoena for former national security adviser John Bolton.

Bolton, who was said to have referred to dealings between the Trump administration and Ukraine as a “drug deal,” received a request from House Democrats to testify during the impeachment inquiry. After the White House instructed him not to cooperate, however, House Democrats opted not to issue a subpoena and said the president’s instruction — based on an assertion of privilege — was evidence that could be used to justify an obstruction of Congress charge.

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When asked if it was likely that his committee or others would subpoena Bolton, Nadler said, “Yeah,” and indicated that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has given approval.

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