FLASHBACK: Adam Schiff Attacked John Bolton For “Lack Of Credibility”

An interview from 2005 has resurfaced that House Impeachment Manager Adam Schiff doesn’t want you to see.

In a 2005 CNN interview, Schiff criticized John Bolton as a person who has a “lack of credibility.”

“John Bolton’s politicization of the intelligence he got on Cuba and on other issues. Why would we want some with that lack of credibility? I can’t understand,” said Schiff in the interview.

Adam Schiff’s 2005 comments directly contradict his current push to force John Bolton to testify in the Senate Trump impeachment trial and allegedly prove that Bolton’s testimony warrants President Trump’s removal from office.

During a press conference earlier this week, Schiff said about Bolton, “You can’t have a trial, a meaningful trial without witnesses, and you certainly can’t have one without John Bolton.”

Hmm, what changed Mr. Schiff? Why would you want someone who has a “lack of credibility” to testify?

Bolton was also caught on record during an August 2019 video interview describing the two phone calls between President Trump and Zelenky as “warm and cordial.”

“Well, I will be meeting President Zelensky. He and President Trump have already spoken twice. President called to congratulate Presence Zelensky on his election and then on his success in the Parliamentary Election. They were very warm and cordial calls.”

Bolton’s August 2019 comments contradict the content of the alleged leak from Bolton’s upcoming book, in which Bolton claims that President Trump committed an impeachable offense.


Steeve Strange

Steeve is the CEO & Co-Founder of The Scoop.

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