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The US President Donald trump said that the new book by his former assistant for national security John Bolton “the Room where it happened: memories of the White house” is a collection of lies. The head of state wrote on his Twitter page.
According to trump, the book is a set of “imaginary stories designed to put him in a bad light.” “Many of the ridiculous statements he attributes to me, has never been done,” wrote the President.
He also felt that with a memoir of Bolton is trying to get back at him for what he dismissed as “abnormal”, which he is in reality (in the original the expression used sick puppy, literally “sick puppy” — approx. “Of the tape.ru”). He added that the book has received terrible reviews.
Prior to this it was reported that the President of the United States were angry at the publication of the book Bolton and accused him of breaking the law. Trump explained that his former assistant was not approved for distribution data, which reveals the “top secret information”.
Earlier it became known, some fragments from the book of Bolton, which went on sale the following week. In particular, the former adviser writes that trump asked the President of China, XI Jinping, to help him win the election in 2020 and do not want to provide military assistance to Ukraine. Bolton also revealed that the head of state asked about whether Finland is part of Russia, and did not know that the UK is a nuclear power.
The White house has repeatedly stated that the book is full of untruth, and also contains the secret information. The U.S. Department of justice sued Bolton in connection with the upcoming publication of his memoirs due to the disclosure of sensitive information.
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