President Trump has announced on Twitter that the services of national security advisor John Bolton are no longer needed, stating he disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions. John Bolton has been the aggressive hawkish presence at the White House since becoming the National Security advisor, strongly advocating for the interests of the state of Israel, and ever pushing for war against Syria and Iran principally.
This has led to President Trump often openly mocking John Bolton for his Hawkish behavior. Trump is quoted as saying that John has never seen a war he doesn’t like.
“Yeah, John Bolton is absolutely a hawk. If it was up to him he’d take on the whole world at one time, okay? But that doesn’t matter because I want both sides.”
“Bolton is OK, he wants to start 3 wars a day, but I have him on a leash.”
It is widely believed that John Bolton was originally brought into the White House staff as a bargaining chip with North Korea. The idea is that John Bolton’s willingness to kill people would act as a deterrent against North Korea and bring them to negotiations. However, what brought Kim Jong Un to negotiations with Donald Trump was the cancelation US wargames in South Korea due to the 2018 winter Olympics. This led to Kim Jong Un grasping the opportunity to push for talks with South Korea and later Trump in spite of John Bolton.
John Bolton also played a significant role in the United States recognition of the annexation of the Golan Heights by Israel for Genie Energy, along with Jared Kushner. As well as the United States moving the Israeli embassy to Jerusalem. While many have asked why Trump appointed Bolton as National Security advisor in the first place if he disagrees so strongly Bolton’s suggestions, you only have to look at the powerful bi-partisan Zionist interests embedded into all aspects of American politics.
Zionist midget Ben Shapiro was particularly outraged at the firing of John Bolton. He was furious that Trump's foreign policy from now on will likely be significantly softer than the extremely obnoxious Israel First approach of John Bolton.
John Bolton has previously received the Guardian of Zion Award for his fanatical and almost genocidal dedication to the state of Israel.
It seems that John Bolton's last words as national security advisor were typically hawkish, not too subtly playing on the 9/11 sentiment to advocate for regime change and military intervention with presumably Iran.
But reports from the Trump administration are that Trump wants to meet with Iranian President Rouhani with no preconditions.