Trump fires security adviser John Bolton: 'His services are no longer needed'
Tuesday, 10 September 2019 (
2 weeks ago)
Donald Trump said he let go of John Bolton in a tweet posted on Tuesday afternoon after he "disagreed strongly" with "many" of his ex-national security adviser's suggestions.
Credit: CBS4 Miami - Published
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John Bolton tweeted that he offered his resignation to the president. Bolton Booted: President Donald Trump Forces Out National Security Adviser 02:45
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