Not a view Bolton will enjoy anymore.
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With no warning, President Trump announced on Tuesday that John Bolton, the bellicose national security adviser whose instinct for foreign intervention has clashed with the president’s, is no longer working in the White House.
Bolton was Trump’s third national security adviser, after Michael Flynn and H.R. McMaster, both of whom were embattled throughout their tenures.
Bolton responded to the news of his departure almost immediately on Twitter, seeming to dispute the details of how he was let go.
A few minutes later, Fox News’s Brian Kilmeade received a text from Bolton claiming he did, in fact, resign.