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Why the Trump-Bolton breakup was inevitable. They clashed over Iran, North Korea and more

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 10 September 2019
Trump campaigned on withdrawing the U.S. from “endless wars,” while Bolton embraced an interventionist foreign policy agenda. Trump sought negotiations with reviled despots. Bolton wanted the U.S. to topple them.
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