Trump: A lot of people disagreed with Bolton's tactics, ideas
Wednesday, 11 September 2019
President Trump weighed in on the ouster of his National Security Adviser John Bolton, saying people within his administration disagreed with a lot of his tactics and ideas on foreign policy. CBS News White House corespondent Ben Tracy, Politico's Nahal Toosi, and Wall Street Journal reporter Natalie Andrews joined "Red and Blue" to discuss what comes next for the national security team.
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