US President Donald Trump said that he has fired national security adviser John Bolton. The US President also said he disagreed with his posts.

Trump on his Twitter account said he asked national security adviser John Bolton to resign from the office. Trump also wrote that he informed the American national security adviser that the White House no longer needs his service.

John Bolton, known as the top head of United States foreign policy. Bolton has been scheduled for the press conference on Tuesday on terrorism.

Few minutes after Trump’s announcement, the former US national security adviser responded on his Twitter account, He offered to resign from his position on Monday night. He also said President Trump said, he will talk with him about it tomorrow.

The decision came days after Trump cancelled the secret meeting with the Taliban leaders and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Camp David for peace talks.

John Bolton is United States 27th National Security Adviser who served the country from April 9, 2018, to September 10, 2019. Bolton served the United States as an ambassador to the United S=Nationas from August 2005 to December 2006. Bolton was also a former senior commentator in the Fox News Channel. He was a foreign policy adviser to 2012 presidential candidates Mitt Romney.

Bolton is a big name in United States and often called foreign policy hawk and he is also an advocate for regime change in countries like Libya, Syria, Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, Yemen.

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