[size=36]The departure of the chief hawk .. Why Trump ousted Bolton from office?[/size]
opened the overthrow of the US president, Donald Trump, the national security adviser to the White House, John Bolton, Tuesday, from his questions about the timing and the cause of the sudden development in the relationship between the two men Almentmyin Republican Party.
"I told John Bolton last night that his services were no longer needed at the White House," Trump said on Twitter. "I disagreed strongly with many of his proposals, like others in the administration."
Bolton, a leading foreign policy hawk and Trump's third national security adviser, has pressed the president not to give up pressure on North Korea despite diplomatic efforts.
Bolton, the main figure behind Trump's tough stance on Iran, also opposed the president's proposals for a possible meeting with the Iranian leadership and called for a tougher approach on Russia and Afghanistan.
Reuters quoted an informed source that the announcement came after a tense conversation, on Monday, and dealt with the different position of the two men on Afghanistan.
Bolton, 70, who took over in April 2018 from HR McMaster, was at odds with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who is known for his loyalty to Trump.
Pompeo acknowledged that there were many differences between him and Bolton, but told reporters: "I do not think that any leader in any part of the world should assume that Trump's foreign policy will change significantly just because one of us left office."
Bolton's account of events is different from Trump. "I submitted my resignation last night, and President Trump said let's talk about it tomorrow," he said in a tweet.
Trump sometimes joked about Bolton's image as a promoter of the war. In a meeting of the Oval Office, he reportedly said, "John never saw a war but I love it."
A source familiar with Trump's view said Bolton had angered many in the White House, especially White House chief of staff Mick Mulvani, adding: "He doesn't play by the rules.
During his tenure at the State Department under former Republican President George W. Bush. Bush, Bolton kept a defused bomb in his office, his 2007 memoirs, "Surrender is not an option."
Stephen Begin, the US special envoy to North Korea, was among the possible names to succeed Bolton.
A source close to the White House: "Begin resembles Pompeo very much in that he understands that the president is the president and that the decision maker."
White House spokeswoman Stephanie Gresham said, without elaborating, that many of the issues prompted Trump to demand Bolton's resignation.
"I'll bomb you"
Trump sometimes rebuked Bolton for his tough tactics at meetings, introducing him to foreign leaders by saying: "You all know the great John Bolton. He will bomb you and take your entire country."
Officials and a source close to Trump say the president is tired of Bolton's hard-line tendencies and bureaucratic battles, and political analysts see him as a strange choice from an administration that is cautious about the complexities of foreign affairs.
Bolton, a former US ambassador to the United Nations and a Fox News commentator, opposed the State Department's plan to sign an Afghan peace deal with Taliban fighters, believing the group's leaders could not be trusted.
Among the points of contention determination Trump, who dropped him at the last moment, bring Taliban leaders to the presidential retreat at Camp David, at the beginning of last week, to put the finishing touches to the agreement, the days of the eighteenth anniversary of the attacks before September 11 , 2001.
According to a source familiar with One of the factors leading to Bolton's departure is the perception that he raised the idea that Vice President Mike Pence joined him in opposing the Taliban meeting, while he did not actually do so.
The result was that Bolton seemed to be sending a message to Trump that even his deputy did not approve of the Camp David idea, the source said.
Informed sources said that Bolton believed that the United States could reduce the number of troops to 8,600 in Afghanistan, while continuing efforts to combat terrorism, without signing a peace agreement with the Taliban.
US officials also said Bolton was responsible for the collapse of a summit in February between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi after he recommended a list of tough demands rejected by Kim.
Bolton led Trump's policy against Iran, including a US withdrawal from the 2015 international nuclear deal and the re-imposition of sanctions.
Bolton is widely believed to have supported a planned US air strike on Iran this year in response to the downing of a US drone, a move that Trump canceled at the last minute.
The US president has since expressed his willingness to talk to the Iranians if conditions are right, which Bolton opposed.