The administration of U.S. President Donald trump has sued a former adviser to the head of the White house national security John Bolton for alleged breach of contract for his new book, which should be published next week, reports CNN.
In turn, the American newspaper New York Times reports that the book “has been printed and sent to the warehouse.
It is noted that this may result in stopping the release of the book of Bolton.
The trump has already said that the book has classified information.
Trump fired Bolton in September last year, amid the accumulated differences on a wide range of foreign policy issues. Bolton has worked in this position for 519 days.
Publishing house Simon and Schuster on Friday issued a press release in which it noted that the book of former Advisor to “the Room where it happened. Memoirs of the White house” (The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir) allows an inside look into “inconsistent, disorganized decision-making process” trump.
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