REPORT: Romney responds to John Bolton firing
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Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) defended outgoing national security adviser John Bolton on Tuesday, calling his firing a “huge loss.”
“His view was not always the same as everybody else in the room. That’s why you wanted him there. The fact that he was a contrarian from time to time is an asset not a liability,” Romney told reporters Tuesday after the president tweeted that Bolton had been fired.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I’m very very unhappy to hear that he’s leaving. It is a huge loss for the administration in my opinion and for the nation,” Romney added.
More Romney: “John Bolton is a brilliant man with decades of experience in foreign policy. His point of view was not always the same everybody else in the room. That’s why you wanted him there. The fact that he was a contrarian from time to time was an asset, not a liability.”
— Nicholas Fandos (@npfandos) September 10, 2019
Romney fawning over John Bolton? Remember that, folks, next time you use him as a moderate foil. https://t.co/OMg6xiCwzG
— Kevin Baron (@DefenseBaron) September 10, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) September 10, 2019
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