SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Bombshell, bombshell, Bill I have a version of that that goes on for nearly 3 long minutes. Bombshell, bombshell, bombshell. Alright, I want to focus though, cause we were talking about Bolton, and we'll get back to the bombshell media which is, you know, they're insane and the mob. But here's the thing about John Bolton, I'm watching this, and his lawyers say 'well he may have things to say,' alright, fine. He said if he was subpoenaed he'd likely-- the president has the power of executive privilege, not him, but he said he wouldn't testify before the House, the House never even ended up subpoenaing him.
Now the House they're trying, even though it’s a slam dunk case, they're now trying to force the Senate to take on what constitutionally is their role. Because in the Constitution the power to impeach rests solely with the House of Representatives. The trial, well that power exists solely with the US Senate, it's not the job of Republican Senators to bring in the evidence to impeach the president.