The president of the United States, Donald Trump, announced Tuesday that his National Security advisor, John Bolton, presented his resignation at his request due to disagreements.
“Last night I informed John Bolton that his services were no longer necessary in the White House”, Trump said on his Twitter account, specifying that he asked him to resign and he has presented his resignation this morning.
“I disagreed with many of his suggestions, as well as others from the Administration,” said the president, who put Bolton in office in April 2018. Bolton was the third to occupy the post since Trump arrived at the House Blanca in January 2017 after Michael Flynn and Herbert McMaster.
“I thank John very much for his service”, said the president, who promised to announce the successor of Bolton next week.