The former National security Advisor of the United States, John Bolton, can publish his book with explosive allegations against the American President Donald Trump as planned this Tuesday. A Federal court in Washington refused on Saturday a request for a preliminary injunction, with the Trump of government, the publication wanted to prevent. The Trump-government have not demonstrated that such an order was necessary to prevent "irreparable damage".
The American Ministry of justice had argued, Bolton's book contained classified information that could damage the national security. Bolton have not completed a pre-screening content. His legal representative had described the government's efforts to prevent publication, as surreal. Especially since copies of the book had already gone to the media in the country.
This was given on Friday, judge Royce Lamberth to concerns, did not want to decide this time, but still in the thing, but gather more information. To the side of the government, Lamberth asked focused on what he should do after the publication of the book because. Bolton should not be used for the created Problem rewarded, replied the lawyer, David Morrell for the Ministry of justice.
The almost 600 pages long book with the title "The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir" (about "The room in which it happened: a memoir from the White house") is for Trump little flattering. He is depicted as a politician who has linked his foreign policy objectives with his personal political goals.
Among other things, Bolton highlights a conversation with China's President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in 2019, the Trump have bluntly directed to the American election. He had shown the Democrats as enemies of China and the Chinese head of state asked to increase the purchase of more American agricultural products of his re-election chances.
Trump self-described Bolton's book as a "collection of lies and invented stories that only serve to make me look bad".Updated Date: 21 June 2020, 14:19