Try To Block A Say-Everything By John Bolton From His White House Days With Trump: NPR

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Former national security adviser John Bolton, seen in February, is scheduled to publish memoirs of his time with the Administration Trumpet on June 23 and the Department of Justice is trying to block the publication.

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Former national security adviser John Bolton, seen in February, is scheduled to publish memoirs of his time with the Administration Trumpet on June 23 and the Department of Justice is trying to block the publication.

Mark Humphrey / AP

Seven days before the scheduled June 23 release of a say-all account for John Bolton’s term as President of Trump National Security Advisor, the Department of Justice late Tuesday mounted a final effort to prevent its publication.

27-page civil lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice against Bolton with the US District court for the District of Columbia alleges that the publication of its 592 pages, The room where he arrivedwould violate the non-disclosure agreements signed by him, and jeopardize national security.

” [The National Security Council] has determined that the manuscript in its current form contains certain passages — some going up to several paragraphs in length, which contain classified national security information, ”the state filing. “In fact, the NSC has determined that the information in the manuscript is classified as Confidential, Secret or Very Secret. ”

“Consequently,” he continues, “the publication and dissemination of The Piece Where He Arrived would cause irreparable harm, because the disclosure of instances of classified information in the manuscript reasonably likely to cause serious damage, or, exceptionally, serious damage to the national security of the United States. ”

The prosecution claims that Bolton, who lasted 16 months as Trump’s third national security adviser, before being fired in September 2019, signed a document three days after leaving his White House post admitting that “he has continued to be ‘prohibited from disclosing, any classified or confidential information,’ and that it ‘cannot use or disclose your information’ – defined as’ information acquired as a result of [his] Federal Employment Agency “and that” has not been made available to the public. »»

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