The confessions of former US National Security Advisor John Bolton confirm the danger posed by the United States to regional stability, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said on Monday.
A foreign policy that responds to interests of domination, based on the Monroe Doctrine, lies, manipulates and intimidates, while it violates international law, Rodriguez pointed out on his Twitter account.
The revelations from the former advisor, who left the White House in September 2019, are contained in his self-biographic book The Room Where It Happened, which will be launched on Tuesday after the Donald Trump administration’s efforts to stop its publication failed.
Bolton said that Trump noted that invading Venezuela would be great, he asked China to help him to win his reelection this year, and insisted on building a wall along the south border with clear electoral objectives.
Actually, Bolton pointed out that Trump did not know that the United Kingdom was a nuclear power, and he even asked once if Finland was part of Russia.
Bolton worked for former Republican Presidents Ronald Reagan (1981-1989), George Bush (1989-1993) and George W. Bush (2001-2009).
Source: Prensa latina