DOJ Opens Criminal Investigation Into John Bolton’s Book

DOJ Opens Criminal Investigation Into John Bolton’s Book


The Justice Department is investigating whether former National Security Adviser John Bolton illegally disclosed classified information in his book about his tenure in the White House, according to reports.

Federal prosecutors issued grand jury subpoenas to Bolton’s publisher and his book agent, according to The Wall Street Journal and New York Times.

According to The Journal, federal prosecutors subpoenaed Simon & Schuster and Javelin for all communications with Bolton.

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Bolton, who left the White House in September 2019, is highly critical of President Trump in the book, “The Room Where It Happened.” He accuses Trump of using the office of the presidency for political gain. He also criticizes Trump for being too deferential to foreign dictators, including Chinese President Xi Jinping. (RELATED: Bolton Claims Trump Told Xi Jinping He Was The ‘Greatest Leader In Chinese History’)

The Justice Department sued Bolton to stop publication of the book earlier this year, but a federal judge ruled against the administration on June 20. The book, released on June 23, reached #1 on the New York Times bestsellers list. Simon & Schuster has said it sold more than 780,000 copies in its first week.

Bolton authorized Simon & Schuster

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