Former national security adviser John BoltonJohn BoltonImpeachment guide: The 9 witnesses testifying this week The Hill’s Morning Report – Week two of public impeachment testimony Himes: ‘I don’t think it blows a hole in the case’ if Sondland testifies there was no quid pro quo MORE has returned to United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), the advocacy group announced Tuesday.
Bolton had served on UANI’s advisory board until 2018, when he became national security adviser for President TrumpDonald John TrumpMost Americans break with Trump on Ukraine, but just 45 percent think he should be removed: poll Judge orders Democrats to give notice if they request Trump’s NY tax returns Trump’s doctor issues letter addressing ‘speculation’ about visit to Walter Reed MORE.
UANI describes itself as a “bipartisan, not-for-profit advocacy group leading efforts to warn companies and governments around the world about the dangers posed by the Iranian regime.”
In a press release, Bolton said, “Iran poses one of the most serious and sustained threats to America and her allies.
“I’m looking forward to returning to UANI — an organization that has shown tremendous results over the past few years — because it is solely focused on addressing the Iranian threat and it does so successfully.”
Bolton left the White House in September, but his name has come up multiple times in House Democrats’ ongoing impeachment investigation into Trump.
However, Bolton declined earlier in the month to voluntarily testify to the House Intelligence Committee, stating that he would only testify if the committee issued him a subpoena.
So far, the committee has yet to subpoena Bolton.