U.S. publishers revealed that John Bolton, the White House National Security Assistant who was sacked in September, had a deal with a publishing house to publish a book.
The Associated Press reported on the 9th that three publishers who did not want to be named had reported that Bolton had entered into a deal with the US-Syrian-Schuster United Press through an agent with a contract value of approximately $2 million.
Those sources did not disclose more details, such as title, content and publication time.
Bolton became a National Security Assistant in April 2018. President Donald Trump dismissed his position in September this year on the grounds that he had a disagreement and his relationship with his peers.
Bolton is a well-known hawk who has served in Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, “Wash Bush” and George W. Bush, the “Little Bush” three Republican presidential governments. Permanent Representative to the United Nations. He published the book in 2007, “The surrender is not an option: defending the United States at the United Nations and abroad.”
Bolton agents also include James Komi, former director of the FBI. Komi was sacked in Trump in 2017 and published a book last year revealing his conflict with Trump.
The US House of Representatives is conducting an impeachment investigation against Trump and summoned Bolton to testify on the 30th of last month. Bolton’s lawyer responded on the 8th that Bolton will only testify in Congress after receiving a court order