Dismissal by tweet, says Bolton profiler , "was a strategically odd way to fire a man best known for being hell-bent on revenge against those who have crossed him."
“This is how you fire the pool boy. ... This is how you fire someone who has strong opinions, and who has gradually made clear that one of those opinions is that you are a complete imbecile.”
"This is not how you release a valued counselor who has rescued you from repeated embarrassment, but whose views have gently deviated from your own," writes. "This is how you fire the pool boy."
John Bolton is out
Savage analysis by : "Bolton thinks that self-described enemies of the United States—especially nuclear proliferators such as North Korea and Iran—should be punished, rather than rewarded; that friendship with such regimes is dangerous and..."
"This is not how you release a valued counselor who has rescued you from repeated embarrassment, but whose views have gently deviated from your own," writes. "This is how you fire the pool boy."
.: John Bolton would prefer that Trump, instead of meeting with the world's dirtbag dictators, would line them up and read them a riot act for a new century, with a guarantee of humiliation and ruin for anyone who defies America and its allies.
"Trump has, in firing Bolton, made an enemy of a man incapable of rest and letting grudges go. Tomorrow morning he will wake up, as he usually does, and start plotting. It’s 3am. Do you know who your ex National Security Adviser’s enemies are?"
“With Bolton gone, the Trump administration is now almost free of influence and advice from the old Republican Party.”