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Politics 'Glad to be back': Bolton teases return to Twitter

16:17  22 november  2019
16:17  22 november  2019 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

In speech, Bolton suggested Trump's policy decisions guided by personal interest

  In speech, Bolton suggested Trump's policy decisions guided by personal interest The former national security director was especially critical of the president's handling of Turkey, according to multiple sources.According to six people who were there, Bolton also questioned the merits of Trump applying his business acumen to foreign policy, saying such issues can't be approached like the win-or-lose edict that drives real estate deals: When one deal doesn't work, you move on to the next.

Glad to be back on Twitter after more than two months. Bolton 's tweet follows the testimony of Fiona Hill and Gordon Sondland, who has revived chatter about John Bolton appearing before the Intelligence Committee as part of the impeachment inquiry.

Glad To Be Back . 22 October 2012. BWFC Staff. Tim Ream is confident that his return to the Bolton Wanderers defence can coincide with a good run of form for the team.

Former National Security Adviser John Bolton teased a return to Twitter after more than two months since his last tweet on Friday morning.

John R. Bolton wearing a suit and tie© Provided by MediaDC: Washington Newspaper Publishing Company, Inc.

Bolton, who was President Trump's national security adviser since April 2018, left his post in September. Both he and Trump threw jabs at one another during his departure, with Trump claiming he fired Bolton, while Bolton claimed he resigned.

"Glad to be back on Twitter after more than two months. For the backstory, stay tuned........," Bolton tweeted.

Bolton is seen as a potentially key witness during the House impeachment inquiry and has been asked to testify in front of House committees. His name has been brought up in testimony from other witnesses, including Trump's former Russia adviser Fiona Hill. Hill claimed Bolton had urged her to report any “wrongdoing” she had witnessed from the White House to the National Security Council's attorney.

Ruling Will Not Lead John Bolton to Testify Soon, Lawyer Says .
WASHINGTON — John R. Bolton, the former national security adviser to President Trump who resisted efforts to pressure Ukraine for help against domestic political rivals, dashed any expectation on Tuesday that he would testify soon in the House impeachment investigation in response to a court ruling involving a onetime colleague. Charles J. Cooper, a lawyer who represents Mr. Bolton, said that a court decision on Monday ordering another former White House official to appear before Congress under subpoena did not apply to Mr. Bolton because of the nature of his job. Mr. Cooper said Mr.

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