In criticizing John Bolton, Trump cited Venezuela, North Korea and, reaching back to the Bush administration, the Iraq War.
John Bolton, President Trump’s third national security adviser, took issue with the president’s assertion that he was fired, saying he had offered his resignation.
The ad will begin airing on Saturday in Iowa, where Buttigieg advisers have long hoped he could score early success.
No one was more gleeful than Trump to see Johnson’s political ascent on the back of the promised British withdrawal from the E.U., and no other world leader may have as much to lose from the stunning political humiliation of a populist brother-in-arms.
The vice president and Marc Short, his chief of staff, defended an arrangement on a government trip that has drawn criticism from Democrats, who contend it is helping to enrich Trump.
Polish President Andrzej Duda expressed reservations about any move by Trump or others to bring Russia back into the fold with an invite to next year’s summit in the United States.
Leaders from Germany, Ukraine and other countries joined the vice president at the commemoration. Russia’s Vladimir Putin was not invited following tensions with Polish leaders.
Moulton focused his campaign on foreign policy and national security but was unable to move up among the party’s moderates, who have coalesced for now around former vice president Joe Biden.
The gun rights group severed ties with prominent Washington attorney Charles Cooper, who said that during his three decades of work for the NRA, he “adhered to the highest standards of professionalism and loyalty.”
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