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Creditworthiness: What Broke Up Trump And Bolton

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Creditworthiness: What Broke Up Trump And Bolton

Creditworthiness: What Broke Up Trump And Bolton

President Donald Trump and former National Security Adviser John Bolton's parting came down to ego.

The media reported Bolton had advised scuttling a meeting with Taliban leaders at Camp David.

But according to Politico, sources in and out of the administration say that proved a breaking point for Trump.

In the president’s telling, he had taken his own counsel in arriving at the decision to call off the meeting and end the negotiations.

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