Trump vs. Bolton: Locked in Deadly Warfare

They are at at each other’s throats, spitting fire and fury.
Who will survive the carnage?

William Rivers Pitt
Truthout & ICH
June 18, 2020


I thought it was over in September 2019, when Donald Trump and his third national security adviser, the execrable John Bolton, got into a “You’re Fired/I Quit!” fight on the front page of all the papers. “Maybe he’s really gone now,” I thought wistfully of Bolton, the war-humping neoconservative ghoul who has haunted U.S. foreign policy in one form or another since the Reagan administration, lo these 40 long years. Read More