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White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham describes the open-ended impeachment inquiry hearings, and says she could not keep track of the standing of the assumptions that most of the witnesses.
The White house on Friday again fired at the former National security adviser John Bolton over his suggestion that it had blocked him from his Twitter account, with Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham suggesting the former Ambassador was of the “old” and had simply just forgotten his or her password.
“Sometimes I use my father as an example, someone who is not able to understand at an advanced age that all you have to do is to contact Twitter and your password if you forget it so I’ll leave it at that,” Grisham said on Fox Business ” Lou Dobbs Tonight.
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Bolton, who resigned from the position in September, appeared on Twitter earlier on Friday, promised to share the “history” of what happened to his account. He throws later, the White house blocking access to his account.
“[S]ince mandate as the National Security Advisor, the @WhiteHouse denied access to my personal Twitter account. Out of fear, what can I say? For those who must, I speculated went into hiding, I disappoint!” he tweeted.
Bolton later said that the account was suppressed”, unfair”, in the period after his resignation.
He also said, “the full disclosure of the @WhiteHouse never again have access to my Twitter account. Thank you to @twitter for the the control of my account back charged to stand by their community standards and the law.”
President Trump was asked on “Fox & Friends” when he was a part of it, take the Bolton’s Twitter account.
“No, of course not,” Trump said. “I had a good relationship with John.”
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But Grisham was a little sharper in their comments about the former consultant.
“I hear he has a book and I hear that he is quite the speaking circuit and charging some high fees for that,” she said. “I think the money you get to do a lot of things.”
The back-and-forth comes as the Bolton’s name was mentioned in relation to the current impeachment hearings on the hill.
Former NSC official, Fiona Hill testified that Bolton described Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani as a “hand grenade” and said he would not participate, “whatever drug deal [Amb. Gordon] Sondland and [the acting chief of staff Mick] Mulvaney cooking.”
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But on Saturday, Bolton focused seemed more on the return of discussions on other issues, in particular those in connection with national security.
We come back to the discussion of important national security problems in America. The threats are grave and growing”, he tweeted. “The presidency and control of the house and the Senate will be decided in less than a year. It is talk time, up to once!”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.