Former National Security Advisor John Bolton has taken a break from attacking President Trump’s administration to deny the allegations in a bombshell story from The Atlantic.
The story out of The Atlantic, which was anonymously sourced, claims that President Trump called dead American troops “losers” and “suckers.”
Bolton’s recent book contains an account that disputes the Atlantic’s story. Furthermore, Bolton sat down for an interview to directly address the controversy on Friday.
Bolton said that he “was there” with the President that day and that he “didn’t hear” any comments like those described in the anonymously sourced Atlantic story.
It has been confirmed beyond a shadow of a doubt that The Atlantic’s allegations that President Trump skipped a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery because the President “didn’t want to get his hair wet,” are completely false.
Other officials have come forward to declare that the allegations are patently false. The Atlantic story has created so much controversy that it would be entirely fair if the organization was forced into bankruptcy by legal fees.
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