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87a1d No.242189

>President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he had fired national security advisor John Bolton, saying he had "disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions."

a7ae6 No.242191

Took Trump long enough. Oh well still a good whitepill to hear.

1a2cb No.242196

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Good. Though I suspect he’ll be replaced by someone equally bad.

87a1d No.242197

Some more indepth information

>President Trump announced Tuesday that he had fired his national security adviser, John Bolton, saying in tweets that he “disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions.”

>Trump said he would name a replacement next week.

>Bolton, a former diplomat and political commentator who came on board in April 2018, was Trump’s third national security adviser.

>Trump’s harshly worded tweet made clear that long-simmering frustration with Bolton had boiled over. Bolton immediately took issue with Trump’s assertion that he was fired, saying that he had offered his resignation. “Let’s be clear, I resigned, having offered to do so last night,” Bolton told The Washington Post.
>He also responded to Trump on Twitter. “I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, ‘Let’s talk about it tomorrow.’” Bolton wrote.

>Bolton’s relationship with Pompeo had become increasingly tense in recent months, with Bolton privately accusing Pompeo of spending too much time furthering his own political ambitions and Pompeo arguing that Bolton’s inflexibility and hard line views were corrosive.

>Bolton recently said he did not want to appear on television to defend some of the administration’s positions, particularly on Afghanistan and Russia, according to administration officials, who requested anonymity to discuss private conversations.
>Bolton irritated others by regularly asking for a large entourage to travel, which many others were frustrated by, the officials said.

f53d5 No.242201

I think this is good. Fuck the neocons.

e4525 No.242210

this was over the taliban negotiation mess up, Bolton also offered his resignation but Trump refused it to fire him.

9b44e No.242213

Too many blunders.

e8586 No.242219

Should we prepare for a happening tomorrow or in the near future? With 9/11 tomorrow, I wonder if the timing of this is of significance.

9b44e No.242222

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e8586 No.242228

Wasted quads. Do you really not even raise an eyebrow at a high ranking official being kicked out of office on the eve of a significant anniversary?

6288c No.242237

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572a7 No.242339

This term has seen lot of high-ranking officials get kicked out, and our nation has a lot of significant anniversaries.

704a8 No.242365

oh shit where do I apply? I've often thought about becoming a national security advisor.

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