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Former Trump national security adviser Bolton resumes political activities

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
Former White House national security adviser John Bolton, who parted ways this week with President Donald Trump, resumed his old job on Friday as head of two political action committees and announced $50,000 in contributions to Republican candidates.
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