Bolton suggests Trump's Turkey policy motivated by personal, financial interest: NBC

Source: The Hill | November 12, 2019 | John Bowden

Former national security adviser John Bolton reportedly criticized President Trump’s foreign policy last week, accusing Trump of being motivated primarily by personal or financial interests in his dealings with Turkey.

NBC News reported Tuesday that Bolton made the comment at a private gathering last week in a global investment event organized by Morgan Stanley, at which he also reportedly took shots at Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, who remain White House aide

NBC, citing people who heard the remarks, reported that Bolton said he believed Trump to be motivated by some personal or business relationship in Turkey, while questioning whether Trump should apply his business acumen to foreign policy. 

His remarks come as Trump has faced heavy criticism for ordering a U.S. withdrawal from northern Syria, where Turkish forces have invaded Kurdish-held areas.

During Bolton’s speech, the former national security adviser added that he kept a resignation letter ready in his desk for months before finally exiting the White House. He declined to comment to NBC News on that claim or others about his reported remarks.


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  •  EVERYDAY #33328

    ALL of Trump’s policies are motivated by personal and business gain. Make America Great Again? No, not really. Perhaps by accident, but Trump and his family come first.

     ConservativeGranny #33329

    Man up Bolton. Stop dropping meaningless tidbits at private parties. Contact Schiff and offer to tell the committee all that you know. Have the courage to testify publicly or else just be quiet.

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