The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on excerpts from “The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memory” published Wednesday in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Washington Post.
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Together, they depict a president of the United States mocked by his senior advisers who has exposed himself to many more accusations of breach of the ethics of those at the origin of Democracy, the led of the House of Representatives to the dismissal Last year’s asset. The Republican-led Senate acquitted Trump in early February.
“Democrats have not advocated for impeachment have been so obsessed with their Ukraine blitzkrieg in 2019, if they had taken the time to educate yourself more systematically about Trump behavior throughout his foreign policy, the impeachment result could have been different” , Bolton wrote, according to excerpts from his book published in the Wall Street Journal.
Critics of Bolton note that he refused to testify before the House of Inquiry when his revelations could have been critical, instead adhering to the White House guidance.
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Representing Adam Schiff, the California Democrat, who led to the prosecution of Republican Trump, slammed Bolton to say at the time that he knew if a summons. “
“Instead, he saved him from a book,” Schiff said on Twitter. “Bolton may be an author, but he is not a patriot.”
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Still, Bolton’s allegations of providing new ammunition to critics before the Nov. 3 presidential election, including his behind-the-scenes accounts of Trump’s conversations with Xi’s China – who, in one case, touched on the theme of ‘AMERICAN votes.
“Trump then, surprisingly, turned the conversation into the next US presidential election, alluding to China’s economic capacity and pleading with Xi to make sure he wins,” Bolton wrote.
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“He stressed the importance of farms and increasing purchases of soy and wheat china in the election results,” said Bolton in more depth, damaging representation by an administrative trump introduced to the date and a few days after former defense secretary Jim Mattis accused the president of trying to divide America.
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Although the Trump administration had been strongly critical of China’s mass detention of most Uighur Muslim minorities and other Muslim groups, Trump gave Xi a green light in the same meeting, Bolton said.
“According to our interpreter, Trump has said that Xi has to go ahead with building these camps, which Trump thought was exactly the right thing to do,” Bolton wrote, adding another official top from the White House said Trump made similar comments in the November 2017 trip to China.
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Bolton cited countless conversations in which Trump demonstrated “fundamentally the unacceptable behavior that has eroded the very legitimacy of the presidency.”
A former US ambassador to the United Nations and Fox News television commentator Bolton Hawkish about the process involving a weary president of foreign soldiers, tangles, officials say.
Trump would sometimes chastise Bolton in meetings, introducing him to the visit of foreign leaders, saying, “You all know the great John Bolton. He’s going to bomb you. He’s going to take your whole country. ”
In excerpts published in the Washington Post, Bolton writes that Trump said he would invade Venezuela would be “cool” and that he was “really part of the United States.”
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The United States government has publicly said that it does not support the use of force to overthrow Socialist President Nicolas Maduro’s Venezuela.
The book also exposed the sometimes dim view that Trump’s advisers have of him. During 2018 meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong of the United Nations, mr. Bolton said he got a note from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo mocking Trump.
“He’s full of shit,” the note said, according to a Bolton excerpt in the Washington Post.
Although Trump is publicly critical of journalists, Bolton Book quotes the President of the United States as some of his most alarming remarks to date. At the 2019 summer meeting in New Jersey, Trump reportedly said that journalists should be jailed when they have to disclose their sources: “These people must be executed. They are bastards ”, according to another extract in the Post.
(Reporting by Phil Stewart, Eric Hêtre and Makini Brice; Editing by Sandra Maler, Jonathan Oatis and Grant McCool)