President ends his radical turn with the election of John Bolton Google image labeled for reuse

President Donald Trump has replaced the National Security Adviser, General Herbert Raymond McMaster, with John Bolton, a Bush-era hawk. 

The announcement, two months after the direct talks with North Korea, completes the dizzying government crisis that began in the middle of the month with the departure of economic adviser Gary Cohn and the sudden dismissal of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson . 

All three formed the moderate wing of the White House and the main brake on Trump’s ultra-nationalist policy. The president now has free hands to carry out his most radical program.

“I’m as conservative as John Bolton is,” Ford told the committee. “But the fact is that the collateral damage and the personal hurt that he causes is not worth the price that had to be paid.”

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Only the admiration that the president feels towards the military, restrained his impulses and, in the end, they have guaranteed him a smooth exit, in comparison with that suffered by Tillerson, dismissed without warning with a humiliating tweet.

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