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President Donald Trump's former national security advisor John Bolton is back in the news again days before the tell-all memoir about his time in the White House, The Room Where It Happened, hits shelves.

Now, Bolton's book alleges further impeachable offenses regarding the President's dealings with China—as well as a bevy of other disturbing allegations.

According to Bolton's book, Trump supported the imprisonment of Muslims in China's concentration camps and urged China to help his reelection efforts. Then, there was the general ineptitude.

Bolton asserts that Trump didn't know if the United Kingdom was a nuclear power, asked if Finland was a part of Russia, and said invading Venezuela would be "cool."

"I don't think he's fit for office," the former official told ABC News. "I don't think he has the competence to carry out the job."

Trump soon took to Twitter, railing against Bolton.



People haven't forgotten that Trump was the one to hire Bolton.

That's relevant because Trump frequently heaps hyperbolic praise upon any official he happens to be describing in the moment: "better than anyone's ever seen," "working harder than anyone has ever worked before," etc.

During the 2016 election, then-candidate Trump infamously said:

"I'm going to surround myself only with the best and most serious people. We want top of the line professionals."

In reality, the President's administration has the highest turnover rate of any White House in history. Bolton is only the most recent official whom Trump retroactively says was incompetent the whole time.

Americans wanted to know, what happened to hiring the best people?





If Trump's complaints about these officials are indeed true, what does that say about his hiring skills?




Despite his tell-all of Trump, Bolton won't have much luck finding praise from Liberals.

He was a hot topic during the impeachment proceedings against the President, after numerous witnesses invoked his name in their testimony.

Bucking bipartisan calls to testify, Bolton refused and his lawyer threatened to fight any subpoenas in court. As a result, the House kept its impeachment charges focused on Trump's corrupt dealings in Ukraine.

Bolton now says the House made a mistake by only focusing on Ukraine—despite him being unwilling to testify of Trump's other misdeeds under oath.

The Trump administration is threatening to sue Bolton for endangering national security with his assertions in the book, simultaneously claiming that none of it is true.