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President Trump announced Tuesday that he has fired the National security adviser, John Bolton, said that he “reflected on spoke sharply” with his proposals on a number of issues.

“I informed John Bolton, last night, in which his services are no longer needed, to the White house,” Trump tweeted on Tuesday.

“I disagreed strongly with many of his proposals, as well as others in the administration, and that is why I asked John for his resignation to me this morning,” he continued. “I thank John very much for his service. I’m going to, the designation of a new National Security Advisor in the next week.”

The two disagreements on a variety of topics, had, perhaps most significantly on the plans for a troop drawdown in Afghanistan.

The President appointed Bolton to his post in March 2018, after the removal from H. R. McMaster.

Bolton was Trump’s third national security adviser, the administration in April 2018. McMaster had been appointed earlier in the administration, Lt. gen. Michael Flynn substitute.

But Bolton again Tuesday, tweeting moments fired after the President, he offered his resignation on Monday evening and said it was not accepted immediately by trump.

“I offered his resignation last night, and President, Trump said,” Let’s talk about it tomorrow,’ Bolton tweeted.

Bolton, who served previously as a Fox News contributor who worked in the administrations of former presidents Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush and served as Bush’s lawyer during the 2000 Florida recount. Bolton also served as the U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations from 2005 to 2006 as Secretary of state for arms control and international security, from 2001 to 2005.

A source told Fox News on Tuesday that many of the learned in the White house, Bolton’s dismissal from the President’s tweet Tuesday.

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