John Bolton taunts President Trump, his former boss, on the back cover of his forthcoming book: “Game on.”
In a memoir coming June 23 that the White House has tried to delay, former national security adviser Bolton will offer multiple revelations about Trump’s conduct in office, with direct quotes by the president and senior officials, according to a source familiar with the book.
Why it matters: Bolton, who was U.S. ambassador to the U.N. under President George W. Bush, is a lifelong conservative and longtime Fox News contributor who is well-known by the Trump base, the source pointed out.
Axios notes that Bolton was a prolific note-taker during meetings with Trump and that the White House “never got those notes back.”
Scoop: In his forthcoming memoir on working at the Trump White House, John Bolton will go beyond Ukraine and argue there was “Trump misconduct with other countries,” a source told Axios. https://t.co/M3a4ox0BXg
— Axios (@axios) June 12, 2020