John Bolton Denied Publication Approval by White House Three Days Before Selected Manuscript Leak…

Three days before the New York Times received a selectively leaked copy of a book manuscript written by John Bolton, Mr. Bolton’s lawyers were informed by the White House the manuscript could not be published.  [Source: John Roberts]

On January 23rd John Bolton was denied authorization to publish. On the evening of January 26th the New York Times wrote about a copy of the transcript.  It now appears Bolton’s team held a retaliatory motive and may have leaked the manuscript themselves.

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292 Responses to John Bolton Denied Publication Approval by White House Three Days Before Selected Manuscript Leak…

  1. sundance says:

    Liked by 13 people

  2. beach lover says:

    So can anything be done against them? Find the leaker?

    Liked by 4 people

  3. SpotTheSpook says:

    Lord please let somebody be collecting indisputable evidence to PROVE all of the crap that we already know happened.

    Liked by 23 people

  4. everywhereguyy says:

    The House managers didn’t swing any votes last week, so this past weekend was their last chance to try to throw a Hail Mary pass prior to a Senate vote on witnesses and/or acquittal. That simple.

    Liked by 6 people

  5. TwoLaine says:

    I felt earlier this was another Comey. And nother weasel weaker.

    Comey was fired for cause. The former Ukraine Ambassador was fired from that job for cause. Bolton was obviously fired for cause. The president can fire anyone he wants, with or without cause.

    Liked by 18 people

    • albertus magnus says:

      If the President can fire anyone he wants, with or without cause, then people should ask HIM why some people continue in their paid positions in HIS administration.

      Liked by 4 people

      • WSB says:

        They need to be caugt in the act. Maybe Twin Vindman will now be escorted out.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Dutchman says:

        He can fire SOME of the “political appointees” as they work “at the pleasure of the President”.
        He then has to wrestle with thexwhole ‘Confirmation process’ with the Senate, to replace them.

        However, firing CAREER buerocrats, is a whole nother matter.

        Would that the special law, passed by Congress, that enables the firing of VA employees could be extended to the buerocracy as a,whole.

        My theory that this whole Bolton thing might be a sting by PDJT on the Dems, MAY be wrong, but whatever is going on re Bolton, we see need to wait, to see how this plays out.

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      • Jan says:

        There’s a difference between top advisors to the President and staff. Union members vs. Non-union members, etc.

        For example, even though the blowwhistler was suspected of leaking to the media, he was removed from the NSC & the White House, but he returned to the CIA.

        I don’t know all the rules of government employ, the unions, SES, etc. 94% of government employees in DC voted for Hillary. You can’t fire 94% of your employees & still run a working government. I’d be okay with firing all employees like the blowwhistler, Vindman, & the 94% who oppose our President except those in charge of my social security payments.

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      • ILOT says:

        When you have a few minutes, do some work on what is known as the SES; Senior Executive Service. There are appointments, then there is that hot mess.

        https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/senior-executive-service/

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    • jeans2nd says:

      You and me both, TwoLaine. Always believed Bolton was the leaker, in many leaks including this one.

      Once a neocon creep, always a neocon creep.
      Hope Bolton enjoys his notoriety alongside Cohen and Parnas.

      Wonder what prestigious think tank will have Bolton after this? Even Fred Fleitz turned against Bolton.

      Liked by 12 people

  6. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    This is unbelievable.
    Talk about motive.
    Wow

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Troublemaker10 says:

    Bolton team could have leaked, but deep stater/Resister within could have leaked.

    Bolton team could be retaliatory, but could also have been a PR stunt for future sales (already increased pre-sale orders).

    Resister motives would be obvious.

    I wish we knew. I’m just curious as to who the rat is. One is bad, but the other should result in someone being fired.

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  8. Greg1 says:

    “On January 23rd John Bolton was denied authorization to publish. On the evening of January 26th the New York Times wrote about a copy of the transcript. It now appears Bolton’s team held a retaliatory motive and may have leaked the manuscript themselves.”

    How conveeeeeeenient that the page to pre-order that book was set up mere hours after the leak. Which means it came AFTER he was denied authorization to publish!

    This makes it look even worse. Well, at least Bolton will get invited to democrat parties for awhile. Like they did for Lewinski……for awhile.

    Bolton will never again be in a republican administration. Unless Pierre Delecto wins. And I just don’t see that happening.

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  9. NJ Transplant says:

    Thank you Sundance. I just called Susan Collins office in Bangor and told them about this letter. The White House couldn’t have leaked the manuscript because they had already decided there was too much top secret information in it. I told the office that John Bolton should be in jail, not testifying before congress. They were very interested and thanked me for the information.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Bolton would KNOW whats too much classified info. Did he write the memo, KNOWING there was no way it would be approved, so as to create the,appearance “the White House is continueing the coverup” mantra?

      We are only part way into this story, and we don’t even know HOW far, so lets wait for “the REST of the story”.

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      • I thought Bolton would be smarter than leaking.

        Liked by 1 person

        • booger71 says:

          I thought Bolton would smart enough not to put Top Secret classified info in a book

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          • lolli says:

            booger71,
            Me too. So, who wrote the book, I am wondering.
            If I had to guess, I think Bolton just took the money to sign his name to a book someone else wrote.
            I am guessing the book was written with the intent of hurting PT. This was all planned, IMO, since Bolton weaseled his way into the White House.
            Maybe Bolton wrote it, but I seriously doubt it. He probably contributed.

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            • vikingmom says:

              Bolton probably started giving verbal interviews the day he was “removed” from his job – possibly including information that was classified, if not Top Secret, because he didn’t get his way and he was mad!

              Possibly he was promised that his “fingerprints” would be removed before the info was leaked and then a ghostwriter was brought in and voila! a book was finished, just as Nancy finally agreed to release the impeachment docs to the Senate. Bolton was promised a whole lot of money to go along with the scam and because of his hatred for Donald Trump he agreed to pretend that he had actually written the book himself. But the authors knew it would never pass muster with the White House because of the material they had deliberately included to ensure its rejection.

              We all knew there had to be specific reasons that the House held the docs for over a month and this is possibly one of the biggest ones. The publisher seeks permission to publish, knowing it will be denied, and then leaks it to the New York Times just as the trial is heating up, in order to force the Senate to call witnesses, all of whom will conveniently be anti-Trumpers, while not allowing people like Hunter Biden to be called because (according to the MSM) the whole corruption angle has been “completely discredited”!

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              • lolli says:

                Vikingmom,👍
                Very plausible and I agree. However, think it began sooner, myself. But my guess is no better than yours.
                I think Bolton went in to push the MIC position and took notes and passed them along.
                Someone else writing the draft to fit a narrative to be used as soon as Bolton was out.
                Just my opinion.
                Doesn’t make a bit of difference. Lol
                He still needs to take Manafort’s place.

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                • vikingmom says:

                  Your scenario makes a lot of sense as well! Bolton was definitely in there attempting to push for “war, war for ever more”… and neither he nor his handlers had to be very happy that the president was not at all interested in playing their game!

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            • WSB says:

              Bolton and Kelly may have written the book…IMHO.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I meant ‘write the MANUSCRIPT, knowing it wouldn’t be approved’, not ‘memo’.

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      That letter was just read into the record by PDJT’s defense team. Republican senators are now asking questions of the defense team – obviously to get things into the record that they want to be emphasized or known. Good for them!

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      • X XYZ says:

        Ghost writing? Nah. There is no such thing as that.

        Everybody knows that all authors write every word published in their own books, right?

        Everybody knows that all presidents write everything in their own speeches, right? Just like Lincoln did on his way to Gettysburg, right?

        Ghosts? Everybody knows that Bolton and his ilk (such as Carter Page?) are ‘spooks’ right? Nah. They are just good, honest patriotic men who continue to serve our country, even now. Right?

        And like everyone in “foggy bottom” or the deep swamp, those who lurk in the bottom of the stagnant pool sometimes come up from the bottom to feed – on the $$$ lure. (Clinton. Comey. Obama. Big book deal?)

        So why do you rob banks, Willie?
        “‘Cause that’s where the money is.”

        So why do those in the swamp then get book deals, and speech deals and lobbying deals?

        Just ask Willie Sutton. He was a mastermind and a successful bank robber. But he learned that getting a book deal is so much more lucrative, and easier than robbing banks.

        https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/501894.Where_the_Money_Was

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  10. Linda K. says:

    Enter Andrew Peek?

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Mike Robinson says:

    I’m more than tired of watching high government officials ignoring their own government’s access control and data security controls – a 20+ year felony conviction for ordinary mortals – and not being punished for it. Likewise the publishers and members of the press who are accessories to these federal crimes. Does “this is the law” mean nothing when politics are in play?!

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    • Pretty much no to date.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Jan A says:

        That is why I want to throw up every time I hear a dem, especially Pelosi, say, “Nobody is above the law.” ….

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        • Dutchman says:

          Nobody but Biden, who is so totally “off limits, apprrently you can’t even TALK about, or question the POSSIBLE illegalities of his behavior.
          So, yes BIDEN IS ‘above the law’.

          Oh,…and Hillary,…and Obama,…and anyone who worked for any of them.

          And, anyone in Congress.

          BUT, other than THAT,…
          “No one is above the law!” And isn’t THAT reassuring?/S

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    • GB Bari says:

      Law is waived for anti Trump DemonRATs.

      For Trump Republicans, law not only applies but it is stretched farther than the eye can see so as to ensnare everyone who gets even close to the original threshold.

      Double standard in the extreme.

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      • hoghead says:

        If Donald J. Trump had been stupid enough to involve himself in payouts for a family member and then extra stupid enough to admit leaning on Ukraine pols for cash, a la joe biteme, he would be sitting in stir right now in an orange prison jumper. No doubt.

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    • X XYZ says:

      Orwell said it so succinctly in Animal Farm.

      “All animals are equal. But some animals are more equal than others.”

      If you haven’t read Animal Farm recently (of if ever) read it again, perhaps with fresh eyes. Sometimes in life we need a refresher course.

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      • Jeff says:

        I just may take your advice. I did as you suggested with another famous book, one we all had to read for school, and it didn’t mean much to us then. But when I re-read “Farenheit 451” a few years ago, I was astonished at the accuracy of Bradbury’s vision from way back in the 1950’s.

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        • X XYZ says:

          Orwell’s Animal Farm, the parable about collectivism-socialism is so simple that even a child can understand the story.

          But the profound moral and meaning of the story is only found on the last page, wherein a socialist society eventually becomes that of a corrupt capitalistic one. That is the prophetic portrayal of what Fabian Socialism is.

          And then there is “newspeak” and “doublespeak”. Sound familiar? 1984 has come and gone but the prophecy has arrived late. Here we are living that today,

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  12. AustinPrisoner says:

    John Bolton is a war-mongering, pathetic, attention-whore freak.

    Liked by 11 people

  13. The Boss says:

    For Immediate Release: Washington DC, January 29, 2020

    “On advice of counsel, Mr. Bolton declines to appear before Congress, and declines all media interview requests. Mr. Bolton may be the target of a criminal investigation, and thereby asserts all his rights, including those under the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution. The same Constitution that neither he nor Democrats give a rat’s ass about.”

    [Just in case….s/o]

    Liked by 14 people

  14. graciegram says:

    Well, Bolton said he would lie to protect national security as he sees it, now we know he’d also illegally leak classified information for money and revenge. Evil, evil, little man.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Guyski says:

    Who sends a manuscript on 30 December?

    Liked by 4 people

  16. trapper says:

    OK, let’s mainstream this question:

    In exchange for Bolton’s testimony, WHICH Ukraine prosecutor should the Republicans call, the prosecutor Biden got fired (Shokin), or the current prosecutor (Riaboshapka)?

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    • deepdivemaga says:

      In exchange for Bolton, I want Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, the Whistleblower, the 2nd Whistleblower, the IC IG, and Adam Schif.

      Liked by 2 people

      • luke says:

        No we don’t want Bolton up there now I don’t think. Just shut it down. If witnesses are called Trump will block Bolton under Exec Privilege as he should. The WB, Hunter, etc will plead the 5th I’d called. Just shut it down.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Jan says:

          Totally agree. The precedent this would set is mind blowing. Force the Senate to do the work of the House. Especially since this President was denied due process in the House & the House didn’t follow proper procedures to issue legal subpeonas or negotiate for witnesses & documents. No underlying crime.

          And let’s have the President open to having his whole life investigated by several House & Senate committees and have it all regurgitated by the media w/their BIAS!! That’s doing the work of WE THE PEOPLE!!

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        • Rhoda R says:

          If they call anyone, I’d like them to call the ICIG. WHY was HIS testimony not part of the package that shiffy sent over. Too bad they can’t subpoena the entire witness records as well.

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  17. Waymore says:

    LOCK UP the Leaker !!!

    Liked by 4 people

  18. trapper says:

    So here you go again

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Niagara Frontier says:

    DOJ/FBI is still investigating White House leaks that occurred in 2017. Hopefully, they’ll get around to resolving this one before the end of President Trump’s second term.

    Liked by 5 people

  20. Bogeyfree says:

    So does this warrant an investigation by Barr’s DOJ/FBI or does it have to wait for all of these to conclude first??

    Russia Collusion
    Bogus Dossier
    HRC unsecured Server
    Wiener Laptop
    Spygate
    FISA Abuse
    FIB Contractor Abuse
    Uranium One
    Hammer Program Abuse
    DNC Hack
    Seth Rich Murder
    Government and Media – Lying and Leaking
    Framing of Gen. Flynn
    Fabrication of WB Ukraine Phone Call
    Ukraine/American Corruption and Money Laundering
    And now Bolton manuscript leak

    Amazing list isn’t it?

    After almost 4 years and not one crime has been found and no one indicted.

    I guess finding a needle in the haystack has better odds.

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  21. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Bolton is a snake.

    Liked by 3 people

    • emeraldcoaster says:

      Wouldn’t that make Engel the second House manager disqualified because he’s a “fact” witness?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Rhoda R says:

        She serves at the pleasure of the President, how can there be something improper about her dismissal. She wasn’t fired from her job, she was just removed from her position. Hopefully she’s in a basement somewhere counting paper clips. That seems to be her speed and it’s about the best we can do with the current Civil Service protections.

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    • “I also wanted to ask if he would talk to the Foreign Affairs Committee, as former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson did, to aid our general oversight efforts of U. S. foreign policy.”

      To aid our general oversight efforts of US foreign policy? Really? That was your pretext for trying to use Bolton as part of your Get Trump effort?

      All of these leftists have taken to heart the Rahm Emanuel advice to “never let a crisis go to waste,” or an opportunity to fabricate a pretend one.

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    • paintbrushsage says:

      Bolton thought Engel was his friend. Oh well.

      https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/6543443/Kupperman-Dcd-20191108.pdf

      November 8, 2019

      Third, we are dismayed that the Committees have chosen not to join us in seeking
      resolution from the Judicial Branch of this momentous Constitutional question as
      expeditiously as possible.

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  22. T2020 says:

    Sue the MOFU and his posse. 😁

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dee says:

      After these last few days the talk of CW!! has gone down, however I get the feeling from folks on the street that they are now very happy to just have some guerilla warfare against Dems and some pubs. folks are so sick of this crap. Usually don’t hear much at stores etc but sure have this week and there seems to be a conviction in the statements I have not seen until recently. Things quiet in your area? Or anyone hearing things out there?

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  23. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    (The manuscript appears to contain significant amounts of classified information.). Could it be that Bolton purposely put all of that in there so it would be rejected to cast conspiracy theories on Trump during impeachment. Either that or he’s one notch below dullard.
    “John’s an honest guy. He’s a man of integrity and great character, so we’ll see what happens.”
    Egg on General Kelly’s face.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Lulu says:

      Kelly is the scum of the earth. He had nothing but contempt for the President and loathes the American people who voted for him. He spent his time in the administration trying to undermine the President and the American people.

      Liked by 5 people

  24. benifranlkin says:

    Dude Bolton is a toxic hot potato….danger, danger, danger, Dems….drop him, drop him, drop him.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Troublemaker10 says:

    If the Bolton team leaked the manuscript to NYT it really took unbelievable gall to call the NSC process corrupt for leaking.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. emeraldcoaster says:

    Questions for CTH lurking lawyers: Where does the SCOTUS stand on our government’s ability to compel reporters to review their source of classified information? Does Risen v U.S. (2014) apply to the NYT’s possession of classified information (i.e., Bolton manuscript)?

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    • emeraldcoaster says:

      …reporters to reveal…

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    • Jan says:

      I havn’t read the NY Times article but it was my understanding they didn’t have the manuscript and were relying on an “anonymous source.” That means someone at NSC, Bolton or the publisher.

      I wouldn’t think someone is stupid enough to send out the full manuscript with classified info in it, but since we no longer prosecute anti-Trump people…..anything goes.

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  27. TwoLaine says:

    What is the fee to submit such a manuscript to the gubt for prepublication reviews? Do we get paid a flat fee, per page, or by the hour?

    I, for one, don’t want my public servants spending even a second of their time doing this kinda’ sh1t, unless and until all their other work is done, and if so, we darn well better be making a chitload of ca$h doing it.

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  28. TradeBait says:

    So an illegal act in violation of a legal agency’s order occurs in a matter with international implications including national defense. Who hangs from the gallows for treason in this one? Or does law enforcement only apply to deplorables?

    Liked by 4 people

  29. Tiffthis says:

    Ok. Seems Sekulow is now replying to other answers as well. As long as it’s both sides 👍🏼

    Liked by 1 person

  30. John James says:

    do you think the NYTimes would publish the fake not a whistleblowers’ name if the WH asked them not to?

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    • Greg1 says:

      So they could claim Trump personally gave them the name so he could intimidate said whistle blower and democrats could screech about more articles of impeachment?

      It could happen!

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  31. JonS says:

    Lock him up!

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  32. So I have a question. Who is Bolton’s editor at Simon and Schuster, and does that editor have a TOP SECRET security clearance? If not, Bolton has shared TOP SECRET information unlawfully. Has attorney Cooper read the manuscript? And does attorney Cooper have a TOP SECRET security clearance? Same same..

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    • Rhoda R says:

      It takes more than just the clearance – have they been “Read In” to whatever classified stuff they are reviewing for publication?

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  33. Merle Marks says:

    Rules for President…
    1) Day 1–Fire EVERYBODY…
    2) Day 2–Hire people with NO government experience or political background…

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  34. Troublemaker10 says:

    Eliot Engel says Bolton implied Yovanovitch ouster was improper
    https://www.politico.com/amp/news/2020/01/29/eliot-engel-bolton-yovanovitch-improper-108975?__twitter_impression=true

    Excerpt:

    “Hardly groundbreaking or relevant,” Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) wrote on Twitter. “The more noteworthy item is that this is magically coming out 127 days into this impeachment process — on the eve of President Trump being acquitted, as Democrats rapidly lose momentum. You can smell their desperation.”

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  35. MaineCoon says:

    Here’s Martin Armstrong’s scathing OPINION of Bolton. It was posted on his public blog which has a worldwide viewship in hundreds of thousands. Maybe more.

    https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/armstrongeconomics101/opinion/john-bolton-is-a-dangerous-neocon-who-wants-to-wage-war-on-everyone-he-demonizes-in-his-mind/

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  36. Tiffthis says:

    Bolton’s lawyers think they don’t have a reason to get pre approved for publishing but did this as a courtesy….????!!!!

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  37. howie_roak says:

    Being a former ISO I am wondering — who handled that manuscript at the publisher. Were the individual(s) cleared to handle and read Top Secret/SCI material? what safeguards were in place to ensure security.

    And is this another effort to embarrass the United States with its allies in an effort to de-legitimize President Trump?

    What role did Col Vindman’s twin have in the release?

    Was Amb. Bolton authorized to leak the manuscript to the NYT?

    Just imagine if we had a hinest and fair USDOJ — they could ask these questions as well….

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  38. Richard says:

    If Trump was advised, as he said, not to hire Bolton, then who talked him into it? Kelly? Trump had better vet his appointments stricter & with more loyal advisors before one of em really does serious damage.

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  39. Lucille says:

    Think there isn’t a uniparty ruling class? Exhibit A: John Bolton
    By Eric Georgatos – January 29, 2020

    Whatever the protestations of John Bolton as to who is leaking what to whom, the fact remains that Bolton has written a “tell-all” book about his experiences as President Trump’s national security adviser, with the intent to release the book in the year Trump is running for re-election.
    It’s not easy to engage in behavior that is both petty and despicable at the same time, but Bolton has done it.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/01/think_there_isnt_a_uniparty_ruling_class_exhibit_a_john_bolton.html

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  40. Blind no Longer says:

    OMG. I’ve been busy with my mom today and just saw this!!! I heard Rush say that is indeed in Qatar!! WTH??? Leaking and contacting House Managers about Yovanabitch!!!! per Bryon York’s twitter!!! HUNT HIM DOWN AND LOCK HIS ASS UP!!!!

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    • lolli says:

      Blind no Longer👍

      Said: “HUNT HIM DOWN AND LOCK HIS ASS UP!!!!”

      I agree. Along with the rest of the rats who have been undermining our President on foreign soil.

      Now, who shall we send to arrest him?
      We have no doj or fbi or he would already be in jail along with many others.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Lock his ass up? Qatar has no extradition treaty.

        We’ll see Bolton in a few months on HGTV’s
        “Househunters International”. Looking for a charming
        villa next to the palace compound.

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  41. Tim says:

    Andrew Peek was walked out on Friday 1/24. It fits the timeline perfectly that he saw the White House letter Thursday 1/23, out of frustration he probably leaked it later that day, someone noticed and he was walked out that Friday 1/24, then the NYT wrote and published their story 2 days later.

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  42. California Joe says:

    Bolton already contradicted himself on Ukraine and President Trump.

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  43. Greg Dane says:

    Considerinng it clearly states that it had “Top Secret” information that could cause grave harm to national Security – then both Bolton and his publisher should be behind bars for subverting the nation and exposing National Security information.

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  44. NJF says:

    Good grief. Breitbart has a typo in their article saying the WH declined approval AFTER the leak.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Caius Lowell says:

    Yet more evidence that Bush’s neocon are untrustworthy scum, as if more evidence were needed…

    Liked by 7 people

  46. Troublemaker10 says:

    It also explains why the Repubs who said that they wanted to request the manuscript would have it reviewed in the scif…..

    Classified and even top secret info in it.

    Schiff was complaining that they didn’t need the scif to review a book.

    Now we know.

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    • Yup! If John pay back Bolton did this, and it appears he did, he should be prosecuted to the highest extent of the law for leaking top secret information. And the Dems want to accuse President Trump of jeopardizing National Security…hah!!!
      Bill Barr where in the hell are you at??? Stop this shitshow and declassify everything! STOP THIS NOW!!!!

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  47. rcogburn says:

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  48. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    Our President…..I would love to invite him to a party……it would be a gas….

    Think about it……

    The White House already told Bolton he could not publish the book…..
    But someone leaked the manuscript or what ever….and….

    The President said: “Nothing”…….
    he let the Dem’s and others go to into a spasm about Ol John’s testimony…..how many days now?

    All of em…..”Oh we got him now…..Bolton will testify”………..then….the nutcracker…..

    “We told him / ordered him not to Publish”…Our VSG could have said this days ago….he let them and the MSM……take all the rope..

    Bwaaah….just too much…….

    Let Trump be Trump…..Perfect…

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  49. James W Crawford says:

    President Trump should order a drone strike on John Bolton.
    Qatar has direct flights to Tehran.

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