Here's Who John Bolton Is Not Voting For

Here's Who John Bolton Is Not Voting For

Here's Who John Bolton Is Not Voting For

President Donald Trump virtually pleaded with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at last year's G-20 summit in Japan to help him win the 2020 U.S. presidential election, former USA national security adviser John Bolton has claimed in a new book.

"This statement is incorrect".

"In 2016 I voted for Trump over Hillary Clinton", Bolton told the Telegraph.

Earlier, The Daily Telegraph published a story, saying that in the interview on Sunday the former US National Security Advisor, John Bolton, expressed his intention to vote for Joe Biden in the upcoming 2020 US presidential election.

Amid all talk of John Bolton's alleged tell-all book, the Trump campaign noted in a release Sunday night that the "disgraced grifter" has admitted he would "say something he knew was false". "I'm not going to vote for him in November-certainly not going to vote for Joe Biden either". "The only way to win an impeachment would have been to get Republicans to go along", he said, "and the Democrats abandoned that idea nearly before they got started".

On Thursday, Trump ridiculed Bolton and his book in a tweet.

Trump fired Bolton in September after 519 days on the job amid simmering differences on a wide array of foreign policy issues.

Trump said the problem of publishing classified information including conversations with the president "becomes even worse if he lies about the conversation, which I understand he might have in some cases". "This is why I think it's important to get these kinds of facts out on the table".

The Democrats' strategy might not have removed Trump for office, but it did meet their "political objectives" as they faced pressure to wrap things up so the focus could turn to their presidential primary. "He does not know the difference between the national interest of the U.S., and the interests of Donald Trump".

"You were a star witness to something the president was on trial for", Raddatz said to Bolton, "something you say you now find deeply disturbing, possibly criminal".

"When you are in a senior position you have an obligation to tell the truth", he added.

"I think the House Democrats built a cliff, they threw themselves off of it".

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