President Trump, Ambassador John Bolton, Advisor discussed on Kickass News
As President Trump's national security advisor John Bolton spent many of his four hundred fifty three days in the room where it happened, which also happens to be the title of his new book, the room where it happened a White House memoir in the book he shows the president. Addicted to chaos, who embraced our enemies, and spurned our friends was deeply suspicious of his own government, and for whom getting reelected, was the only thing that mattered even if it meant endangering or weakening the nation. Almost from its inception, the book touched off a war of words between the president and his former advisor with trump, denouncing Bolton as a traitor, threatening to throw him in prison, and alternately claiming that Bolton's memoir is full of lies and or classified information but John Bolton says the facts speak for themselves and today Ambassador Bolton joins me on the show to reveal what he witnessed during his seventeen tumultuous months in the trump White House we talk about President Trump's bizarre obsession with authoritarian strongmen and his. His overall lack of interest in advancing freedom and human rights olten reveals how he reacted to trump's eagerness to meet with North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Hoon, why the second North Korea summit was put together so hastily, and what took place behind closed doors in trump's infamous one on one meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. He says the president rarely ever reads recalls his frustrations at trying to educate trump about history and foreign policy and opens up about the numerous times. He considered resigning as trump's. Security Advisor before he finally reached his breaking point less, he weighs in on whether trump would willingly step down if defeated in November. Coming up with Ambassador John Bolton in just a moment. John.