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The President of the United States Donald trump wanted to cancel sanctions against Russia in the case of the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. This is stated in the book “the Room where it happened: memories of the White house,” former adviser to trump national security John Bolton.
“Sanctions have criticized as insufficiently tough, trump protested against any sanctions for this reason. In the end, before the summit in Helsinki, it was approved, but the announcement was postponed until the end of the summit. (…) Knowing that they are declared trump wanted to cancel them,” writes Bolton.
Earlier on June 23, U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has compared the book of Bolton with information disclosure, which was organized in 2013 by a former employee of the national security Agency (NSA) Edward Snowden. Says Pompeo, the publication of such data is the threat and harm America.
In the memoirs of Bolton, in particular, describes the details of trump’s negotiations with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, talking about White house policy toward Ukraine and the alleged request of the American President to Chinese President XI Jinping to help him get re-elected this year.
John Bolton, former adviser to the President on national security, was dismissed from the American administration in September 2019, then trump said that he and his team do not agree with many of the policy proposals.
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