(NewsReady.com) – For months, the Trump Administration and former National Security Advisor (NSA) John Bolton have been locked in a disagreement over the memoir he wants to publish. When the official left the White House, he decided to write a tell-all book. Now, the executive branch is suing Bolton to stop publication.
On June 16, the Trump Administration filed a lawsuit in the US District Court for the District of Columbia to stop the release of Bolton’s book. The government believes his memoir will compromise our national security and accuses him of breaching a contract.
— Mike Scarcella (@MikeScarcella) June 16, 2020
The lawsuit states Bolton’s book is “allegedly worth about $2 million” and it’s “rife with classified information.”
The former NSA’s lawyer, Chuck Cooper, denies the book has any classified information in it. The publishing company, Simon & Schuster, is standing behind Bolton.
It seems odd though, doesn’t it? Less than a year after he departed the administration, he’s got a book coming out? It’s almost as if he’s trying to profit off of his former position. How can people trust someone doing that?
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