Trump Fires Bolton After “Disagreeing Strongly With His Suggestions”: Good Riddance

It took far too long to happen; let's see who Trump finds that is even more horrible

A feud between John Bolton and Trump finally blew open today. There are conflicting stories about what happened.

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Robert Costa

Bolton Settles the Issue

Offering to resign is not resigning.

The New York Times has the correct headline: Trump Fires John Bolton as National Security Adviser.

President Trump fired John R. Bolton, his third national security adviser, on Tuesday amid fundamental disagreements over how to handle major foreign policy challenges like Iran, North Korea and Afghanistan.

His departure comes as Mr. Trump is pursuing diplomatic openings with two of the United States’ most intractable enemies, efforts that have troubled hard-liners in the administration, like Mr. Bolton, who view North Korea and Iran as profoundly untrustworthy.

The president has continued to court Kim Jong-un, the repressive leader of North Korea, despite Mr. Kim’s refusal to surrender his nuclear program and despite repeated short-range missile tests by the North that have rattled its neighbors. In recent days, Mr. Trump has expressed a willingness to meet with President Hassan Rouhani of Iran under the right circumstances, and even to extend short-term financing to Tehran, although the offer has so far been rebuffed.

Bolton’s Consistent Message “Bomb Iran”

He repeatedly called on Tump to “Bomb, Bomb, Iran”

Bolton Wrote an Op-Ed in the New York Times: To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran

Dangerous Obsession With Iran

Why Now?

Bolton’s policy was known log ago. It never changed.

He never should have been hired in the first place.

Here’s the deal

  1. Trump needs deals to get re-elected
  2. Bolton doesn’t want deals

Good Riddance

Of all Trump’s appointments, Bolton was the worst.

The words “worst” and “good riddance” do not come close to expressing my feelings.

“Despise” is insufficient.

National Security Advisor John Bolton was an enormous security threat to the United States of America and the world in general.

For lack of anything else powerful enough to add, “Good Riddance”.

Source: Mish Talk



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Natural_Texan
Natural_Texan
21 days ago

Bolton still has friends.comment image

John C Carleton
John C Carleton
21 days ago

IS Bolton going back to live in Occupied Palestine now with all the other Russian Expat & spawn thereof zionist NON Semitic Khazarian outcaste Mafia from the Steppes of Russia “citizens”?

Get out of America!

Good Riddance!

edwin
edwin
21 days ago

Good Riddens. This guy is a war monger who has gone behind the backs of presidents and made his own policies. The next hachet job should be pompeo. This guy is like another poison dart. His track record is blood. We have come close to nuclear disasters just because of these guys efforts to undermine the president and make decisions without even consulting. He should be tried for war crimes. HE sure ain’t through yet, When CNN hires him he will be really sturing the pot. HE IS PART OF THE SHADOW GOVERNMENT. I wish it didn’t take so long to get rid of these guys. Now we need to try to put back together all the wrong done by the damage these guys caused. just harry is right, what filth comes next??

justHarry
justHarry
21 days ago

And what piece of filth comes into his place? Conny Rice?

jm74
jm74
21 days ago
Reply to  justHarry

Biggest piece of filth is trump himself; get rid of him but unfortunately the other candidates for POTUS are just as bad.
Can’t keep blaming Bolton when filth hires filth and trump is the boss.

jm74
jm74
21 days ago

Bolton gets the blame for trump’s action. POTUS is the boss not Bolton and it appears that Bolton has done his job under trump’s instructions and has made trump appear as the ‘good guy’. Stupid games being played by stupid people.

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