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Ex-NSC official accuses White House of trying to block Bolton book to satisfy Trump

A former National Security Council official is accusing White House and Justice Department officials of trying to stop former national security adviser John Bolton's book publication to satisfy President Donald Trump, potentially circumventing the normal channels of handling classified disclosures.

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