John Bolton

John Bolton


Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (NSA) | Tweets may be archived: https://t.co/ALEV9E9onn

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Doctors in Germany have concluded Alexei Navalny was poisoned. The Trump Administration must strongly condemn those responsible for this attack, and demand immediate, truthful answers from the Russian government

Trump calling for snapback sanctions in the Iran nuclear deal by claiming US is a "participant state” is a head-snapping reversal. Why he is playing this counter-productive charade is unclear. It only helps Biden revive it if elected. More in @bopinion 

Trump's threat to invoke "snapback" sanctions from Obama's 2015 nuclear deal, which we have withdrawn from, risks long-term, permanent damage to US veto power in the UN Security Council. More from me in @WSJ :

Resignation of Japanese Prime Minister @AbeShinzo  is a great loss to Japan and the United States. He is a first-class world leader and one of America's staunchest allies. All best wishes!

Trump Administration's failed "snapback sanctions" effort will ironically  --  and unfortunately  --  undercut U.S. efforts to eliminate Iran's nuclear weapons program.

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China silenced coronavirus whistleblowers, expelled journalists, destroyed samples, refused CDC help, and concealed counts of deaths and infections. It's fact there was a massive coverup. China is responsible. The world must act to hold them accountable.

I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, "Let's talk about it tomorrow."

Our country & civilians are vulnerable today because @BarackObama  did not believe in national missile defense. Let’s never forget that.

My advice to bankers, brokers, traders, facilitators, and other businesses: don’t deal in gold, oil, or other Venezuelan commodities being stolen from the Venezuelan people by the Maduro mafia. We stand ready to continue to take action.

Just another #G7  where other countries expect America will always be their bank. The President made it clear today. No more. (photo by )

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