In an interview with RT, John Bolton blames Trump for the murders of the Covid-19, laments the pullout from Afghanistan, and calls for regime change in Iran.

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In an interview with RT, John Bolton blames Trump for the murders of the Covid-19, laments the pullout from Afghanistan, and calls for regime change in Iran.

Bolton kept faithful to his conservative foreign policy views in an interview with RT’s Afshin Rattansi, discussing the recent US exit from Kabul, the emergence of Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K), sanctions against Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela, the 2018 bombing of Syria, and more.

From April 2018 until September 2019, Bolton served as Trump’s national security adviser, and he and the 45th president frequently disagreed on how forceful US policy should be. He was sacked after Trump urged for the US to leave Afghanistan, which he still believes was a mistake.

Bolton said Trump’s peace accord with the Taliban was “flawed in many ways” and that it was effectively adopted by Vice President Joe Biden, who ignored concerns from the Pentagon, State Department, and White House to press on.

“This is a US retreat from the international scene, something Biden has believed in since at least 2009, and something Trump, oddly, believes in as well.” “I believe it is a mistake for the United States, I believe it is a mistake for world stability, and it is surely a mistake for the people of Afghanistan,” Bolton told Rattansi, adding that the Taliban’s control will lead to the country once again functioning as a terrorist safe haven.

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