President Donald Trump with John Bolton, his national security adviser, during a meeting with military leaders at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq, Dec. 26, 2018. Faced with a president who abruptly announced he was pulling out of Syria – drawing howls of protest from Congress and concerned phone calls from allies like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel – Bolton felt compelled to talk his boss into slowing down the process, senior administration officials said.
President Donald Trump with John Bolton, his national security adviser, during a meeting with military leaders at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq, Dec. 26, 2018. Faced with a president who abruptly announced he was pulling out of Syria – drawing howls of protest from Congress and concerned phone calls from allies like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel – Bolton felt compelled to talk his boss into slowing down the process, senior administration officials said. AL DRAGO The New York Times
President Donald Trump with John Bolton, his national security adviser, during a meeting with military leaders at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq, Dec. 26, 2018. Faced with a president who abruptly announced he was pulling out of Syria – drawing howls of protest from Congress and concerned phone calls from allies like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel – Bolton felt compelled to talk his boss into slowing down the process, senior administration officials said. AL DRAGO The New York Times