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World Ex-Trump aide John Bolton has book deal, may publish ahead of 2020 election, reports say

23:40  10 november  2019
23:40  10 november  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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Ex - Trump aide John Bolton has deal for book that may publish before 2020 election , reports say . Bolton has a deal with publisher Simon & Schuster to write a book that may publish ahead of the 2020 election , The Associated Press and CNN reported , citing unnamed sources.

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President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton has suggested he has a lot to say about the impeachment inquiry facing his old boss, and while it remains to be seen if he'll ever testify to Congress about what he knows, he may offer revelations in an upcoming book, according to media reports.

Bolton has a deal with publisher Simon & Schuster to write a book that may publish ahead of the 2020 election, the Associated Press and CNN reported, citing unnamed sources.

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NYT: Bolton book says Trump directed Ukraine pressure campaign. President Trump has lashed out at Bolton and, according to the Washington Post, has "directly weighed in on The Post reported on February 21 that Trump has told staffers that "everything he uttered to the departed aide about

Bolton has said he would give testimony if he's subpoenaed. Bolton attorney claims draft Bolton 's attorney Charles Cooper submitted a draft manuscript of the forthcoming book to the National The newspaper also reported that Bolton claims Pompeo believed Giuliani might have been acting on

The same literary agency that represented former FBI Director James Comey and the anonymous author of "A Warning" helped Bolton land the $2 million deal, according to AP.

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Bolton – a national security hawk who was often at odds with Trump and other White House officials who favored a less interventionist foreign policy – left the administration in September. Trump tweeted that he asked for Bolton's resignation and that he "disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions." Two days later, he tweeted that Bolton was actually "holding me back" when it came to handling the crisis in Venezuela.

John R. Bolton wearing a suit and tie: Former national security adviser John Bolton gestures while speakings at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, Sept. 30, 2019.© Pablo Martinez Monsivais, AP Former national security adviser John Bolton gestures while speakings at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, Sept. 30, 2019.


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Ex - Trump aide John Bolton has book deal , may publish ahead of 2020 election , reports say . The same literary agency that represented James Comey and the anonymous author of "A Warning" helped John Bolton land the million deal . Bolton has a deal with publisher Simon & Schuster to write a

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But Bolton disputed Trump's version of his departure, tweeting that he had offered Trump his resignation and the president had told him, "Let's talk about it tomorrow."

"I will have my say in due course," Bolton told The Washington Post after his departure, adding that his "sole concern is US national security."

Bolton's name has repeatedly come up in the House impeachment inquiry into allegations that Trump used military aid as leverage to get Ukraine to open investigations that would benefit him politically. Witnesses said Bolton was highly critical of the effort and that he said he wanted nothing to do with what he characterized as a "drug deal."

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John Bolton had to go -- because he wanted to cancel President Donald Trump 's worldwide reality show. That's a problem as Trump contemplates a lackluster record and goes in search of iconic achievements -- and longed for baubles, such as a Nobel Peace Prize -- ahead of the 2020 election .

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He declined an invitation to testify in the impeachment inquiry and his lawyer told congressional Democrats he would fight a subpoena. But his attorney, Charles Cooper, also teased that Bolton was "personally involved in many of the events, meetings, and conversations about which you have already received testimony" and suggested that he could speak about "many relevant meetings and conversations that have not yet been discussed in the testimonies thus far."

Democrats have said they will not issue a subpoena for Bolton because of the time it would take to resolve a court battle.

"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace asked Rep. Sean Maloney, D-N.Y., why Democrats were not willing to endure a delay in order to obtain testimony from Bolton, "perhaps the best witness other than the president as to what was going on inside the Oval Office."

"We would love to have Mr. Bolton's evidence," answered Maloney, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee. But he added that the committee already had "sufficient evidence from credible witnesses." He said he felt confident the House would impeach the president and that the case would move to the Senate, "where there will be a trial, where witnesses like Ambassador Bolton will have an opportunity again to provide the information they know."

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Maloney said he thought Bolton's testimony would not be "favorable to the president." But it is unknown what he would say if he testified, or what he might write in his upcoming book.

His hawkish stances did not mesh with a president who wishes to see the U.S. shoulder less responsibility in world affairs, and his White House exit was less than amicable. But Bolton is a staunch Republican who might be reluctant to hand Democrats political ammunition.

"Frankly, I don’t think anybody knows, except John Bolton, exactly what role he wants to play in this drama," said Aaron David Miller, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Contributing: Bart Jansen and Deirdre Shesgreen

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Ex-Trump aide John Bolton has book deal, may publish ahead of 2020 election, reports say

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