Nicolle Wallace thinks there may be 14 GOP senators who will vote for Bolton to testify
Composite image of Ambassador John Bolton and Sen. Mitch McConnell. Photos by Gage Skidmore.

MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace suggested that as many as 14 Republican senators would vote to allow former National Security Advisor John Bolton to testify in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.


Wallace has known Bolton for almost 20 years and the two served together in the George W. Bush administration.

"And I think too, to bring it back to growing support in the Senate, I remember the day the news broke that Bolton was offering himself up, willing to testify if subpoenaed, I suspected he knew where four votes might be hidden," Wallace noted.

Four is the number of Republicans who would need to vote with Democrats to allow witnesses.

However, the host said she believes the number has grown, saying, "I think there might be more like fourteen people."

"He knows where the votes are and I think when he offered to testify he knew where they were," Wallace added.