"A key to [John] Bolton’s bureaucratic success, more than one of his colleagues told me, is his willingness to cede responsibility for policies doomed to failure." on Bolton's trip to Mongolia while the action's in North Korea
That’s one short waddle for a U.S. president, one giant leap for a Supreme Leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. More tapeworm analysis from me in
When writes about John Bolton, Tucker Carlson, and North Korea, you don't want to miss it: "To have both the Tapeworm and Fox News’s bow-tied anthelmintic in the same entourage would have been too much. One of them had to go."
"A key to [John] Bolton’s bureaucratic success, more than one of his colleagues told me, is his willingness to cede responsibility for policies doomed to failure." on Bolton's trip to Mongolia while the action's in North Korea
Rather disgusting yet somehow elegant last line. Classic
Bolton vs. Carlson