The United States Federal court for the district of Columbia denied the administration of President Donald trump the requirement to prohibit the publication of the book of former Advisor to trump on national security John Bolton The Room Where It Happened (“the Room where it happened”).
The text of the decision published on June 20 broadcaster CNN.
His claim to represent the interests of the US government, the justice Ministry argued that in the book, Bolton has a secret information and its publication threatens national security.
The court decision States that the government didn’t prove it.
In addition, the court noted that copies of the book of Bolton have already been sent to customers and to prevent its publication virtually impossible, as even one person who has this book, can widely distribute its content.
“The government failed to prove that the injunction will prevent irreparable harm. The petition refused,” the court decided.
Bolton was an Advisor to the U.S. President for national security from April 2018 to September 2019. According to trump, the reason for the resignation was admitted Bolton “very big mistakes” and inability to find a common language with colleagues in the administration.
Book Bolton The Room Where It Happened needs to go on sale June 23.
June 16, the administration of U.S. President Donald trump has filed a lawsuit against Bolton, demanding to prohibit the printing of his memoirs, because they are “replete with classified information”. The White house has threatened a former adviser to a “very serious criminal problems” if the book will still be published. According to CNN, Bolton does not intend to refuse the release of his memoirs.
The U.S. media published excerpts from the book of Bolton. A former adviser to trump brought in his memoirs, a few stories, when the US President has made ridiculous statements about international Affairs. For example, in 2018, on the eve of talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki trump asked the assistants, is Finland part of the Russian Federation or is it “a Russian satellite.” In addition, Bolton saidthat trump’s privately expressed dissatisfaction with the sanctions and other restrictive measures imposed on Russia, “long grumbled and complained,” although they publicly defended.