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Former Trump national-security adviser John Bolton agrees, book, report says

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John Bolton, President Trump, former national security adviser, is the latest former White house officials, will receive a book, The Associated Press reported on Saturday.

Bolton deal with Simon & Schuster in the value of about $2 million, two publishing officials familiar with the negotiations, AP said. The officials did not know when the book would be published, or to discuss your title, not spoke anonymously to the AP because you will be entitled, to the public.

Bolton was represented by the Javelin literary Agency, whose clients include the former FBI Director, James Comey, and the anonymous Trump administrative officer, whose book, “A warning” from Nov. 19. Neither spear nor Simon & Schuster responded to Fox News requests for comment.

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The conservative Threshold Editions, an imprint of Simon & Schuster published Bolton 2007 book, “giving up is Not an Option: Defending America at the United Nations and abroad.”

Bolton, a foreign policy hawk, left the White house in September over disputes with President Trump, who said he fired Bolton because he “disagrees strongly” with his proposals. Bolton quickly Trump ‘ s challenged claim he says that he had offered to resign.

The two disagreed on a number of national security, including plans for a drawdown of U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

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Bolton has returned to the spotlight during the house Democrats, ” impeachment inquiry in President Trump to the request of his Ukrainian counterpart to “look around in a” former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s dealings in the Eastern European country. The probe stems from a whistleblower complaint about a 25. July phone conversation between Trump and Zelensky while the Democrats claim Trump offered a “quid pro quo” in exchange for withholding US military aid.

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Bolton’s lawyer, Charles Cooper, said in a letter to the top lawyer for the house of representatives on Friday that his client was linked to the “many interesting meetings and conversations,” the Democrats ” impeachment request, but suggested that Bolton will appear before the Congress, if a judge it.

A former top White House Russia expert Fiona Hill, testified that Bolton had warned that Trump was the personal attorney Rudy Giuliani to blow up a “hand grenade”, which was “all,” and distanced himself from the effort to the lever effect of the Ukraine to examine former Vice-President Joe Biden, according to transcripts released on Friday.

Hill is also described, as Bolton had “immediately stiffened” as Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland “blabbed” that he had worked out a trade-the Ukrainians’ probe is for an Oval Office welcome for Kiev, the new President, with Trump’s acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney. According to Hill, Bolton later told her, “I’m not a part of what cook drug deal Sondland and Mulvaney”, and then, relay has asked that the news of a White house lawyer.

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Appointed in April 2018, Bolton, trump’s third national security adviser. In a speech at the end of September for the center for Strategic and International studies, and then he left the administration, Bolton was offered a far more aggressive approach to North Korea’s nuclear program as the, the this of Trump, who has spoken warmly about North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

“Every day that passes, makes North Korea a dangerous country,” Bolton said. “You do not like your behavior today, what do you think it will be think that if you have nuclear weapons that can be delivered to the American cities?”

Contributed to Fox News’ Adam Shaw, Brooke Singman and Vandana Rambaran this report, as well as The Associated Press.

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