The National Security advisor reveals moments from his time in the White House that raise eyebrows, such as Trump asking Chinese President Xi Jinping to help with the 2020 election and encouraged the Chinese leader to expand concentration camps for the country's Uighur minority population, promises from Trump to Turkey's President Recep Erdogan to replace USA attorneys investigating a Turkish firm, the president's uncertainty if Finland was a part of Russian Federation or that the United Kingdom was a nuclear power, and more.
The lawsuit alleges that Bolton's manuscript is "rife with classified information" and alleges that Bolton backed out of a White House vetting process for the book.
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"Bolton documents exactly what those were, and attempts by him and others in the Administration to raise alarms about them", the publisher added.
The colorful excerpts come a day after the Department of Justice filed a complaint in federal court over Bolton's book.
Bolton's book is set to be released next Tuesday, and he has already taped an interview with ABC News to promote it.
Bolton was called to testify before House lawmakers conducting the impeachment inquiry, but he declined, suggesting he wanted a federal court to decide whether he should heed a White House directive not to cooperate with the inquiry.
In a key meeting with Xi last June, Trump "stunningly turned the conversation to the United States presidential election, alluding to China's economic capability to affect the ongoing campaigns, pleading with Xi to ensure he'd win", Bolton claims in his upcoming tell-all. Bolton writes that he also was told by Matt Pottinger, a National Security Council official who is hawkish on China, that Trump had said something similar during a 2017 trip to China.
Bolton's book sales, should the eleventh hour effort to block them fail, could handsomely benefit from the considerable publicity generated by his spat with Trump. Instead, he saved it for a book.
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Excerpts from a new book by John Bolton detailing his time in President Donald Trump's inner circle as national security advisor are drawing anger for the fact the new information is coming out long after the impeachment hearings from last fall, making the revelations more evidence that Bolton was "100% complicit" in the president's crimes. "These people should be executed", Trump said in the meeting, according to Bolton.
"He stressed the importance of farmers and increased Chinese purchases of soybeans and wheat in the electoral outcome", Bolton wrote.
On Tuesday, the Trump administration sued the former national security adviser to prevent him from releasing the book.
"At the opening dinner of the Osaka G-20 meeting, with only interpreters present, Xi explained to Trump why he was basically building concentration camps in Xinjiang", Bolton wrote. Bolton also claimed that during Trump's 2018 visit to North Korea, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo handed Bolton a note saying of Trump, "He is so full of sh-".
Bolton said the president's actions related to his China policy "formed a pattern of fundamentally unacceptable behaviour that eroded the very legitimacy of the presidency".
Mr Trump continually pandered to Mr Xi, Mr Bolton wrote.
Bolton claims he wants to print Trump's exact words. but the government won't allow it.
Bolton didn't spare Trump criticism for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, even though he'd left the White House months before it began.