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John Bolton, From Newly ‘Liberated’ Twitter Account, Accuses White House of ‘Blocking’ Him

We haven’t heard the last of the mustachioed politico.

The Democrats this week played Americans for fools.  As the week went on they attempted to steer their impeachment inquiry ever closer to the White House, and former National Security Adviser John Bolton.  The reason being:  Bolton has told them that he would appear before them if he was ordered to do so by a court.

This means, at least in the eyes of the Democrats, that Bolton wants to talk.

So, as the scheduled impeachment witnesses this week increasingly invoked Bolton’s name, there was no denying that this was a purposeful raising of the specter of his possible testimony.  Remember, impeachment in the age of social media is more about perception than politics.

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Now, almost curiously, John Bolton has reappeared on Twitter, and is claiming that the White House had been attempting to “block” his access to his one account.

And then came the doozy:

President Trump, when asked about Bolton’s recent reinstatement on Twitter possibly worrying him, he assured Fox & Friends that he was not concerned, reiterating that he and Bolton had a good relationship.

There is certainly more to come.

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