Libya sparks war of words between Trump and Bolton

The Former US National Security Adviser John Bolton defended the issue about Libya in his book, “The Room Where it Happened” after US President Donald Trump criticized it in televised remarks last month.

Trump told Fox News in an interview last month that Bolton’s recall of the Libyan model was “one of the stupidest things he had seen”, to respond to Bolton in televised remarks on Sunday, saying that the US president would have been “in a better position” if he had a background “with a little history” “The president will one day learn a little history, and he will be better off for that.”

Bolton revealed in his memoirs that he proposed to President Trump the implementation of the Libyan model in North Korea, meaning that it is necessary for Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons just as Libya abandoned its nuclear program in 2003.

Trump rejected the proposal, considering that invoking the “Libyan model” was a mistake, but Bolton tried to explain that he intended to deprive North Korea of ​​the nuclear program as happened with Libya and not to topple Muammar Gaddafi.


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