WASHINGTON (Reuters) – former White House National security Advisor John Bolton has written a book that provides an internal account of President Donald Trump’s “inconsistent, process-taking scattershot decision,” his publisher said Friday.
PHOTO FILE: Former United States National Security Advisor John Bolton adjusts his glasses in his lecture at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, USA 17 February, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake/image files
Bolton’s “room where it happened: a White House Memoir,” is to be announced on Jun 23 through the opposition of the White House, which has been dickering with the rep of Bolton on whether certain portions of his account reveal sorting information.
Bolton was sacked by Trump in the last September between the emerging differences of a broad array of foreign policy challenges.
Publishers, Simon and Schuster, said in a news release that Bolton’s book details the Trump transactions with China, Russia, Ukraine, North Korea, Iran, United Kingdom, France and Germany.
“This is the book Donald Trump doesn’t want you to read,” said publisher.
“What Bolton sees surprised him: a president
For whom getting re-elected is the only thing that mattered, even if it means jeopardize or undermine the nation, “it is added.
“I hardly-pressed to determine any significant Trump decision during my tenure was not motivated by the re-election calculations,” Bolton writes in the book, according to the publisher.
Bolton serves as…