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约翰·博尔顿说他提出辞职,而特朗普声称他解雇了国家安全顾问

2019-09-11 15:06   美国新闻网   - 

 

尽管唐纳德·特朗普总统在推特上暗示博尔顿已经离开特朗普政府,但国家安全顾问约翰·博尔顿坚称他已经辞去了在白宫的职务。

“我昨晚主动提出辞职,特朗普总统说,‘我们明天再谈吧’”,在特朗普发布博尔顿退出消息12分钟后,博尔顿在推特上说。

目前还不清楚博尔顿是否会在特朗普做出解雇决定之前与他进行对话。

特朗普在推特上透露了这一消息,“我昨晚通知约翰博尔顿,白宫不再需要他的服务,”并明确表示两人意见不一致。

“我强烈反对他的许多建议,政府中的其他人也是如此,因此,”特朗普在推特上说,“我要求约翰辞职,这是今天早上交给我的。”

特朗普最后感谢博尔顿,他与政府官员顶撞。

“我非常感谢约翰的服务,”总统在推特上说。"下周我将任命一名新的国家安全顾问。"

博尔顿显然在他被解雇的消息传播开来的时候给至少两名记者发了短信,澄清他辞职了,没有被特朗普解雇。

“约翰·博尔顿刚刚给我发了短信。“刚才,他在看,”福克斯新闻主持人布赖恩·基尔米德在电视上说。“他说,‘让我们说清楚:我辞职了。’我说,你介意我这么说吗...他写道,“是的。”"

基尔米德重申,“约翰·博尔顿刚刚告诉我,他发短信给我说,‘我辞职了。’"

国家安全顾问也发了短信纽约时报白宫首席记者兼MSNBC分析师彼得·巴克。

贝克在推特上写道:“博尔顿不同于特朗普的辞职版本。”。“‘昨晚没经过他的要求就提供了,’他发短信给我。睡在上面,今天早上交给了他。"

据报道,特朗普自2018年4月以来的国家安全顾问反对特朗普计划本周在戴维营与塔利班领导人举行秘密和谈,我们对9/11周年纪念日同一个星期的时间感到担忧。博尔顿还与国务卿麦克·庞贝发生了数月的冲突,而且两人显然在正式会议之外很少交谈。

John Bolton Resigns Donald Trump
2018年5月22日,美国总统唐纳德·特朗普在华盛顿特区白宫椭圆形办公室会见韩国总统穆在仁时,在国家安全顾问约翰·博尔顿的陪同下发表讲话

在博尔顿宣布辞职前不到一小时,国家安全顾问在推特上发布了大约9/11。

博尔顿在推特上写道:“当我们本周反思9.11恐怖袭击时,重要的是要记住我们在打击激进伊斯兰恐怖组织方面已经取得了多大进展,还有多少工作要做。”。"我们坚决反对支持恐怖主义和鼓励针对美国及其盟友的暴力的政权。"
 

JOHN BOLTON SAYS HE OFFERED TO RESIGN, WHILE TRUMP CLAIMS HE FIRED NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER

National Security Adviser John Bolton insists he resigned from his position at the White House, despite a tweet from President Donald Trump implying Bolton had been let go from the Trump administration.

"I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, 'Let's talk about it tomorrow,'" Bolton tweeted 12 minutes after Trump tweeted about Bolton's exit.

It is unclear whether Bolton got to talk to Trump before his termination decision was made.

Trump broke the news by tweeting, "I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House," and made it clear the two did not see eye-to-eye.

"I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions, as did others in the Administration, and therefore," Trump tweeted, "I asked John for his resignation, which was given to me this morning."

Trump ended by thanking Bolton, who was butting heads with officials within the administration.

"I thank John very much for his service," the president tweeted. "I will be naming a new National Security Advisor next week."

Bolton apparently texted at least two journalists while the news of his termination was spreading to clarify that he resigned and was not fired by Trump.

"John Bolton just texted me. Just now, he's watching," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said on air. "He said, 'Let's be clear: I resigned.' And I said, do you mind if I say that ... and he wrote, 'Yes.'"

Kilmeade reiterated, "So John Bolton has just told me, he texted me, to say that, 'I resigned.'"

The national security adviser also texted New York Times chief White House correspondent and MSNBC analyst Peter Baker.

"Bolton differs from Trump version of his resignation," Baker tweeted. "'Offered last night without his asking,' he texts me. 'Slept on it and gave it to him this morning.'"

Trump's national security adviser since April 2018 reportedly opposed a secret peace talks meeting Trump planned to have with Taliban leaders this week at Camp David, our of concern of the timing on the same week as the 9/11 anniversary. Bolton also clashed with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for months, and the two apparently were not speaking to each other much outside of official meetings.

John Bolton Resigns Donald Trump
President Donald Trump speaks as national security adviser John Bolton listens during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, in the Oval Office of the White House on May 22, 2018, in Washington D.C.OLIVER CONTRERAS/POOL/GETTY IMAGES

Less than an hour before Bolton's resignation announcement, the national security adviser tweeted about 9/11.

"As we reflect this week on the horrific 9/11 attack, it's important to remember how far we've come in combatting radical Islamist terrorist groups but also how much work is left," Bolton tweeted. "We stand strong against regimes that sponsor terror & encourage violence against the US & our allies."

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