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The Room Where It Happened review: John Bolton fires broadside that could sink Trump

The ex-national security adviser is no hero or martyr and certainly no prose stylist either. What counts is how damaging his memoir will be John Bolton’s near-600-page tome is the most damning written account by a Trump administration alumnus, the one that stands to haunt the president come November. In the author’s judgment, “I don’t think he’s fit for office. I don’t think he has the competence to carry out the job.” Joe Biden couldn’t say it better himself. Related: John Bolton: judge declines to block tell-all Trump book Continue reading...
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