Bolton: I Offered my Resignation to Trump Last Night and he Told me…

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John Bolton’s ouster from the Trump administration creates an immediate void on President Donald Trump’s national security team as the president weighs critical decisions about the war on Afghanistan.

Bolton: I offered my resignation to Trump last night and told me “we’ll talk about it tomorrow”

Disagreements between President Trump’s third national security adviser seem to have overflowed hard to contain, leading to impeachment. The grim Bolton says he was the initiator and pushed his resignation before the presidential move.

The intensity of these differences is not limited to a single file, and Bolton’s proposals, which Trump announced that he does not like most of them apply to most of the major thorny issues facing US foreign policy, especially the position on Iran, Syria and Venezuela and negotiations with the “Taliban”, which refers to the news agency ” Bloomberg ‘this dismissal.

Anyone who said the Adrian Darya-1 wasn’t headed to Syria is in denial. Tehran thinks it’s more important to fund the murderous Assad regime than provide for its own people. We can talk, but Iran’s not getting any sanctions relief until it stops lying and spreading terror!

Trump has tried the “bitterness” of dealing with Bolton, who is known for his hard-line stances. He has called for strikes on Iran and Syria after the war in Iraq, urged an “end” to North Korea, and pushed for Washington to take more aggressive positions on Venezuela. .

It is noteworthy that the security adviser, the article had revealed in a recent tweet to him that dealing with the Iranian oil tanker “Adriana Daria 1” within the US administration was one of the explosive issues, as he published an aerial photograph of the ship off the coast of Tartous with a comment accusing those who thought it would not go To Syria that he is living in a state of “denial.”

 

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John Bolton’s ouster from the Trump administration creates an immediate void on President Donald Trump’s national security team as the president weighs critical decisions about the war on Afghanistan.

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