Is John Bolton About To Spill The Beans On Trump, Pence, And Ukraine?

During his 17-month tenure as national security adviser to Donald Trump, John Bolton probably saw things he couldn’t believe, including Trump’s insistence that military aid to Ukraine be withheld until he could personally speak with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and ask for help digging up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden.

According to the Washington Post, Bolton urged Trump to immediately send the aid to Ukraine:

“Former national security adviser John Bolton wanted to release the money to Ukraine because he thought it would help the country while curtailing Russian aggression. But Trump has said he was primarily concerned with corruption.”

Earlier this month, Trump unceremoniously fired Bolton as national security adviser, announcing the dismissal via Twitter:

But it looks like Bolton may get to have the last laugh yet when it comes to Donald Trump and Ukraine. As Vox recently noted, the House impeachment inquiry is likely to invite Bolton in for testimony very soon:

“It’s unclear whether the committee will subpoena current or former Trump administration officials to testify, but several officials who resigned this summer shortly before the Ukraine scandal broke — including former Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon, and former National Security Advisor John Bolton — could be people for them to start with.”

That’s not just bad news for Trump, it could also be the beginning of the end for Vice President Mike Pence, according to MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, who said Friday morning that Pence met with the Ukrainian president earlier this month while in Poland:

“But the question is, what did Mike Pence know? What did Mike Pence do? What did Mike Pence say in that closed-door meeting in early September?

“Guess who knows the answer to that? John Bolton. Interesting times ahead.”

Very interesting times ahead.

Bolton has every reason to want revenge on Pence and Trump, and he has nothing to lose by spilling the beans on his former bosses. As a matter of fact, it would allow him to tell the full story about why Trump is so fascinated with Russia and kowtows to Vladimir Putin.

Don’t be surprised if John Bolton winds up playing a key role in destroying both Donald Trump and Mike Pence.

Payback, as the old saying goes, is a real son of a bitch.

One thought on “Is John Bolton About To Spill The Beans On Trump, Pence, And Ukraine?

  1. Now we know the real reason Bolden was fired. Considering, that Bolden, also, knows about the complaint filed asking for Whistleblower protection. There is no such thing as a “whistleblower Complaint.” It is merely a complaint where the filer/filercould select either, anomyous, or whistleblower for protection purposes only. It is obvious that this complaint was filed by multiple person, and submitted in the names of multiple persons. They all probably signed the complaint.

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