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Explosive book with details about the controversial meeting

The attention-grabbing detail from the oval office in The White House is closest in line to get out.

on Thursday released the Donald Trumps former security adviser John Bolton namely his book with the title 'The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir'.

the Book draws a picture of a president who is far from being able to perform its role as the world's most powerful man. In particular, Trumps handling of foreign policy matters, will be violently criticized by Bolton.

Policy - 18. jun. 2020 - pm. 13:34 The ten wildest allegations in explosive new book

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This photo to Trump and Bolton are taken two months before the president went to the summit in Singapore. Photo: icholas Kamm/Ritzau Scanpix
the Meeting with Kim Jong-un
this is The first time that a member of the Trumps inner circle publishes a book with comprehensive and in-depth details from the president's first term.

John Bolton writes in his almost 600-page long attack on Trump, why the relationship with the UNITED states'45. the president went to pieces.

It was especially Trumps 'rogue' attempts ' to get north Korea to destroy its nuclear programme, during the historic summit in Singapore that got the cup to overflow.

he said He had always dropped his lovers, before they dropped him. He used it to describe why he was contemplating to cancel the summit with Kim Jong-un. I thought it was an insight into a president who completely lacked perspective. It would have been better not to agree to a summit in the first place, says Bolton, according to The Guardian on the incident.

Trump met with the north Korean dictator 12. June 2018. Since then, the relationship between the two leaders is almost non-existent.

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Trumps attempts to get north Korea to abandon its nuclear program failed. Now the two are not on speaking longer. Photo: Saul Loeb/Ritzau Scanpix
Judge rejects
The u.s. justice department tried last week on direct orders from the president to stop the release of the John Boltons book by filing a nødordre.

It was the second time in just a week, that president Donald Trump tried to block the release of its previous sikkerhedsrådgivers upcoming book.

But a judge dismissed, according to british The Guardian to block the release. Therefore, the explosive book has already landed on shelves at various bookstores in the UNITED states.

Policy - 18. jun. 2020 - pm. 06:34 Trump crazy on the previous advisor: Submit nødordre

Policy - 19. jun. 2020 - pm. 04:31 the UNITED states's foreign minister calls John Bolton is a traitor

See also: Bolton: Trump would threaten to leave Nato

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