USA Today has reported on Bolton’s Feb. 21 speech at Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS) in the article, “Here’s how Trump’s new national security adviser John Bolton feels about Russia” by Oren Dorell. The article summarizes Bolton’s proposed strategy “to respond to Russian meddling in the 2016 election and to Russian aggression around the world.” The article quotes Bolton saying, “This is a perfect time for President Trump to pivot to make it clear he’s not going to let Russia or any other country meddle in our elections.”
Read USA Today article and gain insight into the thought processes and views of Trump’s new National Security Adviser by watching Bolton’s presentation on the Trump Administrations’s foreign policy below.
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