Former US presidential Advisor for national security John Bolton in an interview with CNN said that President Donald trump would often get mad when the counselor told him intelligence information about Russia.
“I think I have enough “scars” because of the reports of the Trump data on Russia, which he probably didn’t want to hear. And I can say that I agree with the messages of other former officials that trump didn’t want to hear negative information associated with Russian President Vladimir Putin,” said Bolton.
According to him, all understand the nature of Russia, except for the trump.
Bolton added that the intelligence community continued to inform the trump to deal with Russian threats, but usually the President “grumbled and complained about it”.
John Bolton was the US presidential Advisor on 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.
In the United States published a book of Bolton The Room Where It Happened (“the Room where it happened”).
16 Jun administration, trump 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. The Federal court of the district of Columbia denied the administration of the President trump the requirement to prohibit the publication of the book of former Advisor.
The us 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 a part of Russia or is it “a Russian satellite.” In addition, Bolton saidthat in private trump has repeatedly expressed dissatisfaction with the sanctions and other restrictive measures imposed against Russia “have long grumbled and complained,” although they publicly defended.