The final straw for the now former national security adviser was the president contemplating a meeting with Hassan Rouhani. But their relationship had soured ...
Did Trump and Bolton Break Over Iran—or the Leaks?
With US National Security Adviser John Bolton's Departure, An Iran Hawk Leaves White House
Jim Acosta on Twitter: "Mnuchin and Pompeo briefing on counterterrorism sanctions does not include John Bolton who was just fired as National Security Adviser. Bolton was to participate in the briefing.… https://t.co/doyZAaTQ2e"
Lindsey Graham on Twitter: "I have known @AmbJohnBolton for many years and very much appreciate his service to our country in a variety of positions.
John understands the world for what it is and the dangers that threaten America’s national security interests"
Adam Schiff on Twitter: "From the beginning, I felt John Bolton lacked the judgment and temperament to be National Security Advisor.
Nothing he did in the job persuaded me otherwise.
The only question about his replacement is the same after all Trump resignations:
Will we go from bad to worse?"
Trump signals could meet with Iran, as security hawk Bolton exits - World - DAWN.COM
U.S. President Trump could meet with Iran's Rouhani at U.N. with no preconditions: Pompeo - Reuters
Ultra-hawk John Bolton’s abrupt departure sets the doomsday clock back – if only a little
What does John Bolton’s departure mean for Israel? | The Times of Israel
No ‘dramatic’ words from Israel, only from Washington - Israel News - Haaretz.com
US running out of options as sanctions fail to subdue Iran | Arab News
The Next U.S. President Should Make a New Deal with Iran – Foreign Policy
Despite Bolton’s Firing, Like-Minded Warmakers Pompeo, Pence Remain in Trump’s Ear - Sputnik International
UPDATE 2-Bolton's departure shows failure of U.S. 'maximum pressure' against Iran -Rouhani adviser
Pompeo, Mnuchin say no preconditions for Iran meeting, as Trump ousts Bolton
Iranian Government Says Bolton Firing Ousts 'Biggest Proponent of War' - Sputnik International
What happens if Trump’s foreign enemies unite? | The Week UK