Warhawk Bolton goes wild with complaints about White House

There is no denying that the Trump administration has been a bit of a revolving door as of late, but there is certainly a method to this madness.

First of all, We The People did not elect Donald Trump on order to follow the status quo.  Trump was meant to be a lightning strike against the “deep state”.

For far too long we have suffered under the smothering idea that we are destined to become the generation before us.  We’re in charge now, whether anyone likes it or not.  It is our destiny; our birthright.  By God, we’ll take it.

The near-constant evolution of the President’s cabinet is not fanciful or whimsical. It is instead a steadfast commitment to adaptation.  We The People deserve the best, no matter how ugly the path to perfection may be.

This commitment to catharsis has landed us here.  Now.  With John Bolton the “warhawk” having been booted from the White House unceremoniously.

Whatever aura of class he was hoping to maintain disappeared upon the publishing of these sentiments, however:

John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s fired national security adviser, harshly criticized Trump’s foreign policy on Wednesday at a private lunch, saying that inviting the Taliban to Camp David sent a “terrible signal” and that it was “disrespectful” to the victims of 9/11 because the Taliban had harbored al Qaeda.

Bolton also said that any negotiations with North Korea and Iran were “doomed to failure,” according to two attendees.

All the North Koreans and Iranians want to do is negotiate for relief from sanctions to support their economies, said Bolton, who was speaking before guests invited by the Gatestone Institute, a conservative think tank.

“He ripped Trump, without using his name, several times,” said one attendee. Bolton didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Bolton’s replacement, Robert C. O’Brien, was intimately involved in negotiating the release of US hip hop star A$AP Rocky from Swedish custody, along with a number of other high profile American captives.