Bolton: Obama Lives in a 'World of Words'; Putin Is 'Living in a World of Power'

'I mean, the president even went so far as to argue actual U.S. interests in the Ukraine are fairly minimal'

Bolton: Obama Is Living In a World of Words, Putin Is Living In a World of Power (Washington Free Beacon)

Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton saw President Obama’s speech in Brussels today as deeply concerning for the United States and a grave insight into how Obama views international relations.

Bolton, speaking directly after the speech on Fox News, was flummoxed that President Obama’s chief concern appeared to be that Russian President Vladimir Putin violated international law by invading Ukraine.

Absent, Bolton noted, was any mention of Russia’s imperialist motivations or the need to implement further deterrents against Putin.

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