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Bolton memoir bombshell: Trump thinks every thing Macron touches ‘turns to s**t’

Bolton memoir bombshell: Trump thinks everything Macron touches ‘turns to s**t’


Donald Trump takes a dim view of his French counterpart, in accordance with former US Nationwide Safety Adviser John Bolton, writing in his memoir.

Trump reportedly believes that “that every thing the French president, Emmanuel Macron, touches ‘turns to s**t,’” the Guardian newspaper quoted Bolton as saying.

The explosive declare was reported on Friday by British newspaper, which gained a preview of Bolton’s ebook, which is because of be revealed subsequent week. The US president earlier mentioned the memoir is stuffed with lies, and that his former adviser was merely searching for payback via slander after being fired.

The Guardian report additionally touches on US relations with the UK and its Prime Minister Boris Johnson. In accordance with Bolton, Trump ranks Johnson as an in depth associate, on a par with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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Trump brushes apart Bolton’s ebook as ‘pure fiction’ written by ‘sick pet’

Parts of the yet-to-be-published ebook had been beforehand described by main US media retailers. Bolton, a veteran warmonger, was apparently irritated with the Trump administration’s failure to satisfy his expectations for hardline overseas insurance policies.

For instance, he referred to as the president’s refusal to reply to Iran’s shootdown of a US navy drone with a full-scale bombing raid on Iranian navy “essentially the most irrational factor” he had ever witnessed from an American chief.

Trump reacted to the revelations by saying that elements of Bolton’s ebook had been “pure fiction” and that the writer was a “sick pet” disgruntled by his dismissal.

The ebook additionally talks about UK’s reliance on Chinese language know-how for deploying 5G networks, the perspective in Washington to Brexit and UK’s failure to withdraw from the nuclear cope with Iran, and the mutual dislike between Trump and Theresa Might, Johnson’s predecessor as prime minister.