John R. Bolton has written a memoir of the Trump White House. It's both unsurprising and head-spinning.
Today, Jim looks at the dreadful working relationship between Trump and Bolton, what's going on with America's cities, and much more.
I do not always agree with Bolton, but I trust him to tell the truth.
I guess every day at the “NBC News Verification Unit” is a game of “Two Truths and a Lie.”
Bolton’s memoir "The Room Where it Happened" is scheduled for publication on June 23, and underwent a four-month pre-publication review process by the White House
Bolton also criticized the House's handling of the impeachment process, calling it partisan.
"This is an effort to write history and I did it the best I can. We’ll have to see what comes out of the censorship," said Bolton.
Nadler: House Democrats Will ‘Likely’ Continue Ukraine Investigation and Subpoena Bolton after Trump’s Acquittal
Jerry Nadler said that Democrats are "likely" to continue investigating Trump's conduct regarding Ukraine by subpoenaing John Bolton
New reports of the contents of Bolton's book have surfaced hours before the Senate is scheduled to vote on whether to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Trump.
Senator Josh Hawley called on John Bolton to publish the sections of his book that are relevant to President Trump's ongoing impeachment trial.