Why President Trump fired John Bolton

Yesterday, Sept. 10, 2019, in a pair of tweet, President Trump announced that he had terminated neoConservative (i.e., warmonger for Israel) National Security Advisor John Bolton, citing strong disagreement on “many of his suggestions” regarding foreign policy. Trump wrote:

“I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions, as did others in the Administration, and therefore I asked John for his resignation, which was given to me this morning. I thank John very much for his service. I will be naming a new National Security Advisor next week.”

It was in April 2018 that Trump appointed Bolton as his third national security advisor, to succeed Army Gen. H.R. McMaster.

Shortly after President Trump’s announcement, Bolton tweeted that he had offered his resignation Monday evening:

Bloomberg News reports, citing an unnamed White House official, that Deputy National Security Advisor Charles Kupperman will take over as Bolton’s acting replacement, Bloomberg News reports, citing an unnamed White House official.

Joshua Caplan of Breitbart confirms that Bolton’s departure stems from his “hawkish” (i.e., pro-war) foreign policy differences with President Trump over (1) ending the war in Afghanistan, now the longest U.S. war ever; (2) ending the U.S. war in Syria; and (3) rapprochement with North Korea.

Caplan writes:

News of Bolton’s departure follows reports that he and Vice President Mike Pence opposed plans for the president to hold peace talks at Camp David with the Taliban regarding the U.S. withdrawing troops from Afghanistan. The president has denied there were disagreements between himself and others in the White House.

Bolton’s championed hawkish foreign policy views dating back to the Reagan administration and became a household name over his vociferous support for the Iraq War as the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. under George W. Bush.

Since joining the administration in the spring of last year, Bolton has espoused skepticism about the president’s whirlwind rapprochement with North Korea and has advocated against President Trump’s decision last year to pull U.S. troops out of Syria. He masterminded a quiet campaign inside the administration and with allies abroad to persuade President Trump to keep U.S. forces in Syria to counter the remnants of the Islamic State and Iranian influence in the region.

Trump’s sacking of Bolton has the approval of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who tweeted, “I commend @realDonaldTrump for this necessary action. The President has great instincts on foreign policy and ending our endless wars. He should be served by those who share those views.”

I agree with Sen. Paul.

Donald Trump is no fool. Notice a consistent pattern emerging in both his handling of foreign and domestic affairs: When something happens, Trump’s first reaction seems to accord with the neoCons in foreign affairs, and with the Left in domestic affairs. But then, he wouldn’t actually do what those factions want and, in time, would moderate and effectively void his initial statements.

~Eowyn

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Bolton was a founder of PNAC, which was Israel’s 9/11 directorate on US soil, and included the Kagan clan, Wolfowitz, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and others. It’s hard to imagine a worse traitor in US history than Bolton…and DJT thanks him for his service to this country? Just the other day Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth released the four-year advanced engineering study from the U of Alaska Fairbanks proving demolition and not isolated office fires brought down WTC Building 7. It follows that if Building 7 was brought down by explosives, so too were the Twin Towers. Yet, there is nothing… Read more »

GRIZZ
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GRIZZ

I have been banned from so many websites for just pointing out the obvious.
The videos are there for everybody to see for themselves.
It’s easier to just wrap yourself in the flag and deny your govt could ever be so damn evil.
You dont have to fool all the people all the time……

William
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William

The 9-11 movie precipitated a major escalation of the complete takeover of this country by the zio-satanists. Our country is hardly recognizable since that black day. There is a significant minority, perhaps even a small majority of Americans who are red-pilled or partially red-pilled on the subject. Building 7 of course is the smoking gun, as if one were needed. Re: the two main towers, it should be embarassingly obvious to anyone with an IQ above room tempeerature that it is impossible for 300K tons of solid structural steel to be pulverized into fine dust in fifteen seconds by a… Read more »

Dan
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Dan

It ought to be obvious to anyone with an IQ above room temperature, but it’s so much easier to have, as Samuel Johnson put it, that caution cowards borrow from fear and attribute to principle. As Grizz points out, if you mention the facts, you’re cut off, or if you’re able to confront them face to face they disappear up their own arses like the Cheshire Cat. Imagine having the opportunity to debate the sell-out talking heads on Fox News about 9/11 and their not being able to cut you off. In person they’re sweaty little cretins with no education… Read more »

Lana
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Lana

Someone already did come up with an alternative name to conservatism – the Alt Right, and in no time flat the media conflated it with White supremacism , bigotry, and anti- antisemitism.

William
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William

The most visible proponents of “alt-right” perspectives were for a time the clowns at Daily Stormer, namely Andrew Anglin and “party theoretician” Andrew Aurenheimer, aka “Weev”. They were a mirror image of 60’s street theater (Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin) and even admittedly used Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals as their “playbook”. They actively promoted National Socialism, whereas the 60’s radicals promoted straight-up Marxism, and they themselves conflated that with support for Trump. Their mantra was “Hitler did nothing wrong”. I used to post on that site (in an “infiltrative” capacity, they were way too hateful for me and to me obviously… Read more »

kjf
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kjf

So it wasn’t for his 1970s porn mustache?

Does this mean we are finally going to end the false flag wars on moslim countries for israel?

William
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William

“So it wasn’t for his 1970s porn mustache?” Well , that too. The FF wars aren’t going to end, just maybe take a break

Alma
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Simply put, Bolton’s agenda was not in accord with POTUS’s agenda. POTUS is the boss and he hires and fires, no questions asked.

DCG
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This move didn’t bother me at all. It was confirmed to me it was a good move when Romney said he was disappointed!

William
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William

The Mitten would say that. I mean, Bolton being fired is not good for our “ally” Israel

Locke Enlode
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Locke Enlode

Impeccable timing, wouldn’t you say?

Truth lives
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Truth lives

Yosemite Sam finally gets the boot out the door. He is the most miserable mother I have ever seen which is really indicative of a dark heart in his case. I bet him and Benny Nutty Yahoo are bunk buddies. Our whole government from top to bottom is wicked and sick to its core regardless of what political party or paradigm you espouse to. I have tried my damnest to point this out to family and friends, but to no avail. It is like an impenetrable wall; they just don’t get it, or they don’t care. Especailly when it comes… Read more »

William
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William

I agree that the majority of people we encounter don’t know anything, don’t know that they don’t know, and don’t care. They are people of no account who will march passively up the chutes when the time comes for the cull. Trying to get them to see truth is an exercise in futility. I’ve learned not to waste my energy doing that. But there are more of “us” than we realize, we are encouraged to think otherwise by the unrelenting propaganda of the all-pervasive and monolithic (((MSM))). And there are many people who know that they don’t know but don’t… Read more »

cogitoergosumantra
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cogitoergosumantra

I heard it was the mustache.

Dan
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Dan

If you have a chance, do a google image search for the artist’s depiction of Bolton without a mustache.

cogitoergosumantra
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cogitoergosumantra

Well that was worth a chuckle, thanks. Looked a bit like Cary Elwes to me…

David Hall
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David Hall

Throughout the summer I have prayed that our Father would make the President into a man of peace and not war. I first began doing this when the sabre-rattling really ramped up and have continued to do so nearly every day. I invite as many as are willing to join me in this intercessory pursuit.

Jackie Puppet
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I heard that soon after getting rid of Bolton, the President consulted with his just-as-bad predecessor, Gen. McBastard, for recommendations for a successor…

WHY??

Is Trump gonna name yet another neo-CON as NSA?

Dave
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Time to put an end to these “endless” wars.

Next time the mooooooooooooooslims get uppity, just nuke their illiterate asses – as in blow them straight to hell.

Many American lives will be saved.

TrailDust
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Bolton has been only too happy to perpetuate our wars. I am actually relieved that he has been removed. In my opinion, this is one more answered prayer.