Former national security adviser John Bolton was so disturbed by Rudy Giuliani's efforts to get the Ukrainians to investigate President Donald Trump's political opponents that he called it a "drug deal," former White House official Fiona Hill reportedly told Congress on Monday.  Hill, the former top European expert at Trump's White House, testified that Bolton told her he wanted no part of the effort by Giuliani and acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, a person in the room for Hill's testimony told NBC News.
Rudy and Mulvaney are cooking up, "Bolton told Hill, according to the Times Report.
" The New York Times ] Bolton was fired by Trump in September.
Hill testified that Bolton told the situation to the top lawyer at the National Security Council, John Eisenberg, according to the person in th e room for Monday's closed-door hearing. Bolton and President Trump in the Oval Office on Sept. 28, 201
Hill told lawmakers NBC News.
Requests for comment to the White House, Giuliani and Bolton were Not yet returned Monday night.
So, Monday, correspondence between the White House and the White House, Hill's lawyers show the White House tried to limit what Hill could say to Congress in its impeachment inquiry.
The letters, obtained by NBC News Hill's lawyers about four areas that could potentially fall under executive privilege.
Hill tested under s ubpoena on Monday to the House.
Trump's communication with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy
The House has launched an impeachment inquiry into the matter. Joe or Hunter Biden.