A thinly attended rally, a damning White House memoir, and a U.S. attorney who wouldn't quit. Plus, a raging pandemic and terrible poll numbers.
The former national security adviser is "likely" to lose his courtroom showdown with the Trump administration, which is suing to claw back earnings from his new White House memoir.
Bolton writes Trump obsessed for months over getting a signed CD of Elton John's "Rocket Man" to Kim Jong Un. And he thought invading Venezuela would be "cool."
“There really isn’t any guiding principle that I was able to discern, other than what’s good for Donald Trump’s reelection,” said the former national security adviser, who is publicizing his new book.
The Former National Security Advisor's upcoming memoir alleges that Trump told Xi Jinping he "should go ahead with building the camps" and it was "exactly the right thing to do".
His new book says Trump blurted out, right in front of Xi Jinping, that he wanted to curry favor in Midwestern farm states so he could win votes.
Bolton says the Ukraine affair, which prompted Trump’s impeachment, was just the tip of the iceberg.
Trump obviously did it, but what the president did isn’t impeachable, Sen. Lamar Alexander argued.
“We do not believe that any of that information could reasonably be considered classified,” Bolton's lawyer told the National Security Council.
Some Republican senators are wavering — and not just the usual suspects.