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    US President Donald Trump is lashing out at former national security adviser John Bolton over explosive claims made in a new tell-all book, marking the latest former Trump administration official to turn on the president.

    Bolton Down the Hatches
    Excerpts and summaries of Bolton's explosive tell-all book, "The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir,” were released Wednesday, detailing conversations that Bolton said took place inside the Trump White House, where "obstruction of justice" was seen "as a way of life."

    Trump wasted no time and took to Twitter to lash out with a rant at the discontented former official, referring to him as “Wacko John Bolton” when recalling his former adviser’s appearance on CBS News’ “Face the Nation.”

    With yet another one of Trump’s hand-picked former employees turning on him, those who are still working for the president may as well start prepping for their own explosive memoirs. 

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