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Bolton had no business in this administration. Trump and conservatives in general better make a clean break with the idiot neocon interventionists. 

 

I think it would take very little to trigger most conservatives into another war cry. Hannity was all for bombing the shit out of Iraq after the drone attack and while he made it clear he no longer favored a boots on the ground approach he favored a major air attack. 

 

The idiot logic is still out there. Well what if Iran develops a suit case nuke and destroys Rhode Island? We better go in there!

 

 

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13 hours ago, Rolltide said:

Bolton had no business in this administration. Trump and conservatives in general better make a clean break with the idiot neocon interventionists. 

 

I think it would take very little to trigger most conservatives into another war cry. Hannity was all for bombing the shit out of Iraq after the drone attack and while he made it clear he no longer favored a boots on the ground approach he favored a major air attack. 

 

The idiot logic is still out there. Well what if Iran develops a suit case nuke and destroys Rhode Island? We better go in there!

 

 

 

Do you honestly think Trump would have let him go if he hadn’t of quarreled with him? 

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John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s fired national security adviser, harshly criticized Trump’s foreign policy on Wednesday at a private lunch, saying inviting the Taliban to Camp David sent a “terrible signal” and that it was “disrespectful” to the victims of 9/11 because the Taliban had harbored al Qaeda.

 

Bolton also said that any negotiations with North Korea and Iran were “doomed to failure,” according to two attendees.

 

“He ripped Trump, without using his name, several times,” said one attendee. Bolton didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

 

Bolton also said more than once that Trump’s failure to respond to the Iranian attack on an American drone earlier this summer set the stage for the Islamic Republic’s aggression in recent months.

 

At one point, Bolton, a previous chairman of Gatestone, suggested that had the U.S. retaliated for the drone shootdown, Iran might not have damaged the Saudi oil fields.

 

After the attack in June, Trump was poised to launch a military response against the Iranians -- strongly urged by Bolton -- but pulled back after Fox News host Tucker Carlson and others warned him that it was a bad idea.

 

During Wednesday’s luncheon, Bolton said the planned response had gone through the full process and everybody in the White House had agreed on the retaliatory strike.

 

But “a high authority, at the very last minute," without telling anyone, decided not to do it, Bolton complained.

 

Billionaire Rebekah Mercer introduced Bolton as “the best national security adviser our country could have hoped for,” garnering her very loud applause.

 

During the Q&A session, Dershowitz told the crowd that it was “a national disaster” that Bolton had been booted from the White House, to what the attendee described as “thunderous applause.”

 

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/09/18/bolton-trump-foreign-policy-1501932

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Despite Japan's intentions (hmmm,... Trump asking another country for a political favor,....)  that Nobel peace prize keeps slipping away

 

At one of his first public appearances since his abrupt and rocky departure from the White House, Bolton did not name the president but delivered an unmistakable airing of grievances. Specifically, he threw cold water on the president’s assertion that North Korea is ready to make a deal and gave his “unvarnished” view that Kim would not voluntarily give up his nuclear weapons under current conditions.

 

Bolton told attendees at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event that Kim "has not made a strategic decision to give up its nuclear weapons.” In fact, he argued, “the strategic decision Kim Jong Un is operating through is that he will do whatever he can to keep a deliverable nuclear weapons capability and to develop and enhance it further.”

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