Utahns Who Voted Third-Party In 2016 Face Another Tough Choice

By | October 18, 2020

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: Are we better off than we were four years ago? That is the question we normally ask ourselves when a president seeks reelection, so we’ve been asking people with deep expertise in different subjects and different perspectives to answer this question. And we’re going to begin today’s program by putting it to Ambassador John Bolton. He served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, among other high-level posts in Republican administrations. Then, in 2018 to 2019, he served as national security adviser to President Donald Trump. But his departure from this White House came, as did that of many others, with unpleasantness, which he recounts along with his broader perspective on how the Trump administration operates in his memoir, “The Room Where It Happened,” which came out earlier this year. We want to mention that we caught up with Ambassador Bolton yesterday. We were expecting to discuss a wide range of issues with him. However, due to technical issues and limited

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