John Bolton

A conversation over the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan got heated between the Newsmax host and former national security adviser.
The Justice Department says Iran engaged in a murder-for-hire scheme targeting the former national security advisor.
"Critical" independent and undecided voters — nationally and in 4 swing states — have “decidedly unfavorable views of Trump,” a Bolton PAC poll found.
“It takes a lot of work.” John Bolton casually admitted having firsthand experience orchestrating coups in other countries.
"As somebody who has helped plan coups d’etat – not here but, you know, other places – it takes a lot of work," the former national security adviser said.
It would "require thinking through a policy, considering the pluses and minuses, the risks and costs. That’s just not what he does," dissed Bolton.
The former national security adviser said Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely irritated at the performance of his country's military in Ukraine.
"In a second Trump term, I think he may well have withdrawn from NATO. And I think Putin was waiting for that," Bolton said.
Trump’s former national security adviser recalled how the ex-president responded to sanctions on Vladimir Putin's country.
When Trump’s former national security adviser was told his proposed title had a sexual connotation, he reportedly told publishers their minds were "in the gutter."