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This would imply other evidence and testimony should be allowed, but for the sake of simplicity:

Should Bolton be allowed to testify
Yes
No

Click here to see results so far.

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Without much doubt this will split down partisan lines.

But...in recent polling there is still around 70% support for allowing new testimony/evidence.
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Look,

Democrats ramrodded/high jacked the rules in the House, making it one sided for only Democrats to get things they wanted, and barred Republicans from getting anything they wanted.

First ask why is ok House Democrats did this"?
Then ask why the Senate is in the wrong if they returned the favor?

Democrats set the rules in the House
Republicans set the rules in the Senate

it's that simple, stating Democrats should be able to make the rules in the Senate when they don't control it is blind partisanship.
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Poll questions asking if further witnesses should be allowed is misleading by design.

I'm a Conservative/Republican and I agree they should be allowed to, but not on face value, only if a majority of Senators vote to allow it, I'm ok with that, but the question is loaded as if stating they should be allowed is the same as should be allowed even if there is no majority vote is not correct.

So the real question and answer is should Bolton be allowed to testify, yes but only if a majority of Senators vote to allow it, that is the real answer.
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"it's that simple, stating Democrats should be able to make the rules in the Senate when they don't control it is blind partisanship."

It is also foolish and not going to happen.
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@itsJeffTiedrich

do fair trials generally take place in the middle of the night?
do innocent people generally block every witness from testifying?
asking for 65 million friends
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"@itsJeffTiedrich

do fair trials generally take place in the middle of the night?
do innocent people generally block every witness from testifying?
asking for 65 million friends "

Please ask the same question about the Democrat House investigation rules and what took place, then we can talk.
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Should Bolton be allowed to testify?

Allowed? I'm cool w/forced!
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"Allowed? I'm cool w/forced!"

No problem, of course he may not answer questions due to Executive privilege
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You do know the difference between and investigation and a trial, don't you?
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No problem, of course he may not answer questions due to Executive privilege

These same losers were fine with Obama's executive privilege when Border Agents died. Let them drink in their own hypocrisy.
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