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My guess is he may get release delayed until after the election and if he wins, court battles galore, if he loses the election he's toast.
That's a good observation. Trump seems to have a little more concern about this book than he has the ones before. Perhaps it really does give us (the voting public) some insights into Trump's little chat with Zelensky and what came after. I usually don't read tell all books. In fact, the last one I read was Robert Draper's Dead Certain. Bolton's fascinates me, maybe only because Bush seems so upset by it.
During Bush's presidency I was one of two Ds in a hard core right law firm. My saddest memory is the day that it was pretty certain that WMD did not exist and so the war was baseless. One of the nicest gals in the firm walked up to me and said "Bet you're happy to be right about the war". My response was "I'd be happy if we hadn't had the *($#@-+ war and lost all those lives". I was severely reprimanded by the senior partner for language in the office. But...that said...I'd trade DT for Bush in a heartbeat.
The commentators on the news this morning were condemning Bolton's actions or inaction as it were, But in the same breath they would admit that the senate had already made up it's mind as to how they looked at the impeachment in general. We still don't know everything that was in front of him.
I'm looking at this as an unorthodox game plan for corrupt unorthodox times. A chess move motivated by survival instincts dealing with information still behind the scenes.
If he wants to go down in history as a hero instead of a money grubber, he should donate the book's profits to a fund that would support the folks that testified in spite of the corrupted politicians protecting Trump.
That's a "Me Too"...
I get my books from the library digitally. It's very easy that way. No contact whatsoever.
My library doesn’t have any copies of the book or the ebook. Maybe it’s in order but it doesn't indicate that.
In that case I usually Recommend the book and that will put me on the Wait List automatically when it comes available.
I'm #101 on the holds list at my library. It's only available in book form.