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Former Homeland Security Advisor John Bolton Receives Book Deal: Report

Former Homeland Security Advisor John Bolton John Bolton, witnesses to impeachment to know when public hearings begin, NSC official testifies that there is no "doubt" Trump pressed quid pro quo Night Defense : New transcripts tie Mulvaney to a quid pro quo effort Rumors contests call for house Trump rallies against public impeachment hearings MORE has a book deal with Simon & Schuster, The Associated Press reported Friday, citing three publishers.

Two employees told the telecommunications service that the deal was worth about $ 2 million. He is reportedly represented by the Javelin Literary Agency, which also represents the former FBI Director James Comy James Breen ComeyDeep's commitment is a two-way curious time-lapse for Trump Pence's team to deny that he denies he would have supported the removal of Trump MORE and the anonymous administration official whose book, Warning, is due out this month.


Officials did not know the title or date of publication of Bolton's book, according to the AP.

Hill turned to Simon and Schuster and Javelin for comment. Simon & Schuster declined AP's request for comment.

Bolton left the Trump administration in September. This week he was asked to testify in the House impeachment investigation, but did not appear.

His name has been mentioned many times in the impeachment process, including by Assistant Fiona Hill. She testifies that he told her "is not part of any drug deal," other officials are "cooking up," in connection with President Trump Donald John TrumpWitness Impeachment to Know as Public hearings begin center-right Democrats seize victory in state election to get Warren Nunes agenda requires Schiff to testify behind deals closed with Trump's impeachment of MORE deals with Ukraine.

Bolton's lawyer wrote this week in a letter to the Chamber's General Board that his client knew of "many appropriate meetings and conversations that have not yet been discussed" in the impeachment chamber's investigation.

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