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#John Bolton’s book won’t be delayed again, despite White House claims

#John Bolton’s book won’t be delayed again, despite White House claims

June 11, 2020 | 9:56pm

It looks like showdown time between President Trump and his former National Security Adviser John Bolton.

Despite objections that Bolton’s controversial forthcoming book still contains classified material, publisher Simon & Schuster said it will not again delay publication of “The Room Where It Happened” beyond its scheduled release date of June 23.

“In the months leading up to the publication of ‘The Room Where It Happened,’ John Bolton worked in cooperation with the National Security Council to incorporate changes to the text that addressed NSC concerns,” the publisher said Thursday. “The final, published version of this book reflects those changes, and Simon & Schuster is fully supportive of Ambassador Bolton’s First Amendment right to tell the story of his time in the Trump White House.“

The White House disagrees.

“The current draft manuscript still contains classified material,” John Eisenberg, a deputy White House counsel, warned in a letter to Bolton’s attorney Charles Cooper. Cooper acknowledged to the New York Times that he had received the letter, but had not yet replied.

The publisher said the book has already shipped to warehouses awaiting its one-day laydown on June 23.

Bolton was a National Security Advisor from April 2018 until September 2019 before leaving after clashing with Trump.


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