Andrea Mitchell Predicts Bolton Will Return to TV to Dish on Trump: ‘Not Leaving Quietly’

‘The fact is he is going to be very outspoken’

EXCERPT:

BRZEZINSKI: “When you hire a Fox News commentator who auditioned for the job on Fox News, you’re going to get somebody who goes back on the air or who talks. I mean, he was tweeting his objections. He was texting reporters including our own reporters at the White House immediately. I was on the air when this all happened. It happened one minute before we started our show, so we, you know, blew everything out and just went wall to wall for the hour, and people were texting in and showing me their texts from John Bolton as we were rocking back and forth. The fact is he is going to be very outspoken. He is not leaving quietly at all as you point out Mika, and he’s going to outline his differences. H.R. McMaster has not been heard from. He’s been working on his book. He left quietly. Jim Mattis has been criticized for coming on your program, my program, and other programs and not being more critical of the president, you know, after quitting in protest and writing a very pointed resignation letter, but has demurred from being sharply critical, you knowing, saying that as a retired general he has another obligation. But no one who has left the national security team is going to be as outspoken as John Bolton."

(h/t Mediaite

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