On Tuesday, National Security Advisor John Bolton was ousted from the Trump administration. “John Bolton was always an odd fit to be U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security adviser: a conservative hawk who advocated for regime change in North Korea and Iran, supported the Iraq war and favored a tough stance toward Russia,” Reuters reported [
Everyone who works in the Trump White House eventually outstays their welcome and John Bolton was no different. In a series of tweets on September 10, Donald Trump announced he’d fired his national security advisor – although Bolton insisted he’d offered his own resignation the day before. The immediate catalyst for Trump’s action appears to [
Days after firing John Bolton, Trump is awaiting Saudi Arabia’s orders to launch a strike against Iran.