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Once the defense is finished senators will have sixteen hours to pose questions for each side they're expected to vote later this week on whether to call witnesses an idea getting new interest with claims revealed in an upcoming book from former national security adviser John Bolton that president trump did withhold aid to get Ukraine to investigate rival Joe Biden but constitutional scholar Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz says they don't need Bolton nothing in the Bolton revelations even if true would rise to the level of an abuse of power but house impeachment manager Adam Schiff says we now have a third witness who is apparently a direct witness to the president's tying a military aid to investigations for Republican senators would have to defy party leadership to vote in favor of calling witnesses Jackie Quinn Washington