The subpoena follows a letter sent by House investigators Tuesday that requested Mulvaney appear for testimony by the end of the week.
Their testimony follows the release the transcripts of several other witnesses who testified for the probe last month, including Taylor, who described an "informal" channel of communication between us officials regarding Ukraine policy, which focused heavily on how to get Ukraine to investigate 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Ivanka Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump and a senior advisor to the president, said that she agreed with her father that the impeachment inquiry against him is about "overturning the results of the 2016 election".
Bolton, per Hill, called the arrangement a "drug deal" and warned that Trump's personal attorney - who was helping lead the plan - was a "hand grenade" that threatened to explode and hurt those around him.
Bolton, who was sacked by Trump in September, was also called to appear on Thursday but did not show, and his attorney said he would not testify voluntarily.
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The House investigation is focused on a July 25 phone call in which Trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden, a leading Democratic rival at the November 2020 presidential election.
Williams was one of a handful of USA officials who listened in on the call.
Kent's assessment came from a summary of a conversation that Trump had with Gordon Sondland, a Trump megadonor turned diplomat, who from his perch in Brussels had seized control of Ukraine policy.
Democrats have countered that any quid pro quos are usually in furtherance of USA interests overseas, not the personal interests of a president looking to damage a potential 2020 election rival.
He's also criticizing Democrats in the House for planning public hearings, even though the White House pushed for them to happen.More news: Bolivia Clashes: Third Person Killed in Disputed Election
Republicans have been invited to submit requests for witnesses in the first public hearings that start next week and are expected to ask to hear from the whistleblower.
One Democratic member of the intelligence panel, Washington Rep. Denny Heck, said Thursday that there is "already a mountain of evidence" in the probe.
Schiff said his committee will hear from top Ukraine diplomat William Taylor and career department official George Kent next Wednesday and from former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch next Friday. Marie Yovanovitch, who was abruptly pulled from her post as United States ambassador to Ukraine in May, will testify on Nov 15.
On Wednesday, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced that the hearing will begin next week.
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