John R. Bolton

Questioning "mutual assured destruction," Charles Kupperman called nuclear conflict "in large part a physics problem."
"That's it," the New York lawmaker captioned a TV news chyron about President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
“Americans have to realize that warmongering and warmongers are not to their benefit,” the Iranian president said in televised remarks.
The MSNBC host said the president is probably wondering right now if Bolton will keep quiet.
The "Late Show" host breathes a sigh of relief over the president's latest move.
The secretary of state attempted to assure reporters he wasn't blindsided by the former national security adviser's abrupt firing.
Acting national security adviser Charles Kupperman was on the board of an anti-Muslim think tank that trafficked in conspiracy theories.
The national security adviser's hawkish stance has been frequently at odds with the president's own approach to military intervention.
He "found out the Taliban kill people" just before the anniversary of 9/11, one wag scoffed.
The White House national security adviser said the U.S. could still take military action against Iran even though Trump called off a strike.
President Trump and the North Korean dictator continue to praise each other months after their failed summit.
Iran's downing of a U.S. drone is the latest step in a dangerous escalation.
The U.S. national security advisor said the missile tests violated U.N. resolutions. Trump, who's in Japan, has downplayed the tests.
"Joe Bidan for presidant! Tramp is terrafied he'll win the 2020 elaction," notes one response.
In an erratic post on Twitter, Trump said the weapons test worried some, "but not me."
The South Bend Mayor also called the Iraq War, which he said national security adviser John Bolton helped create, one of the worst foreign policy mistakes in U.S. history.
A lack of congressional oversight is leaving the Trump administration on a collision course with Tehran.
The White House suddenly announced a U.S. aircraft carrier and a bomber wing would be deployed in the Persian Gulf.
"Daily Show" host tries to parse where America will dive in: Iran, Venezuela or China?
The national security adviser claimed, however, that the U.S. never followed through with the payment.