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Bolton Says He Hopes White House Doesn't 'Suppress' His Book

Newsy Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Bolton Says He Hopes White House Doesn't 'Suppress' His BookWatch VideoFormer national security adviser John Bolton discussed his upcoming book at an interview Monday, saying he hopes the White House doesn't "suppressed" it. 

During an interview at Duke University, Bolton said it's unfair President Trump can tweet about him, but he can't publicly talk about his time at the White...
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The White House is currently reviewing Bolton's book, which it says contains "significant amounts of classified information."

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