A notorious warhawk has recently announced that he will be running against his former boss in the next election. What a joke! He must think he can take on Donald Trump in the race for the White House – he should just give up now before he’s embarrassed like never before. 2024 is sure to be chock-full of drama as more people announce, and tensions are sure to skyrocket. Can this Warhawk actually pose a challenge to president Donald Trump? I think not.
After serving as Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor from 2018 to 2019, John Bolton has announced that he intends to run for the White House in 2024 against the ex-president. The tantalizing tease of a political battle between these two vastly different figures has been further fuelled by Bolton’s disparaging narrative of Trump’s ‘terminal decline’. Will Bolton’s White House bid finally end Trump’s ambitions? Honestly, I think Americans have had enough of this monster anywhere near Washington DC.
The Good Morning Britain television show reports that Bolton’s run for the Republican nomination is intended to thwart his former boss’ political comeback hopes. During an interview with Good Morning Britain today, Bolton said: “I would get in to win the nomination and I would do it primarily on the basis that we need a much stronger foreign policy.” and also remarked that Trump’s influence within the Republican Party, “is in terminal decline.”
As you might recall, Trump fired Bolton for his foreign policy views on Iran and Afghanistan. Bolton, however, claims he resigned. Only Trump has announced his candidacy for the 2024 election, while Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is widely expected to run.
John Bolton and Donald Trump have had an awkward relationship to say the least. John Bolton’s declaration that he will run against his former boss in 2024 has added an interesting twist to the upcoming election cycle – and John Bolton thinks he can win. It’s almost comical to think of John Bolton becoming President of the United States, especially knowing his opinion of the incumbent Commander in Chief. I think it’s safe to say that John Bolton doesn’t belong anywhere near Washington DC if we want any peace at all for the next 4 years – and thankfully it looks like Americans might finally be sick of the charade. What a joke this would be.
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