The u.s. government has committed Tuesday, June 17, 2020 a lawsuit in order to attempt to block the publication of a book by the ex-national security adviser of the White House, John Bolton, who should draw up a portrait very critical of the presidency of Donald Trump. The complaint, filed with a federal court, argues that John Bolton did not approve of his manuscript upstream, and that his work is " clearly in violation of agreements it has signed as a condition of his employment and his access to information that is highly classified ".
A president "guided by a calculation in view of his re-election bid"
According to a press release from the publisher, one that has occupied this strategic position at the White House April 2018 to September 2019 describes in his book, a Donald Trump who has taken all of his decisions are " guided by a calculation in view of his re-election ". "What Bolton saw stunned : a president for that to be re-elected is the only thing that counts, even if it means to put in danger or weaken the nation," added the editor. According to this report, the real estate mogul would have made of the decisions subject to impeachment, well beyond the single case Ukrainian, which earned him an indictment, but resulted in his acquittal by the Senate.