US President Donald Trump has hit back at former National Security Adviser, John Bolton, who claimed that the president obstructed justice routinely, amongst a slew of allegations.
The allegations were contained in the excerpts released Wednesday of Bolton’s forthcoming book titled, “The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir”.
The former NSA also claimed that the president gave “personal favors to dictators he liked,” and sought the help of Chinese President, Xi Jinping with his reelection campaign even though Trump continued to publicly blame China for the COVID-19 pandemic that claimed thousands of American lives.
According to Bolton, Trump showed approval to the Chinese government’s action of placing Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps.
“According to our interpreter, Trump said that Xi should go ahead with building the camps, which Trump thought was exactly the right thing to do,” he wrote in the new book.
But taking to Twitter, the president lambasted the former aide, saying the book were “made up of lies and fake stories”.
The controversial president accused Bolton of trying to force him to take America into war.
The President wrote, “Wacko John Bolton’s “exceedingly tedious”(New York Times) book is made up of lies & fake stories. Said all good about me, in print, until the day I fired him. A disgruntled boring fool who only wanted to go to war. Never had a clue, was ostracized & happily dumped. What a dope!”
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