President of the United States Donald trump believes that his former assistant for homeland security John Bolton broke the law by revealing in his memoirs sensitive information. About this American leader said Wednesday in the TV channel Foxnews commenting on the forthcoming book “the Room where it happened: a memoir of the White house”.

“as for Bolton, he broke the law. It was useless, I gave it a chance”, – quotes the statement of the trump TASS. Speaking of information contained in the book, the President noted that this top-secret information. On its publication, Bolton has not received permission from the US administration. What kind of data is it, trump did not specify.

the Manuscript Bolton had to go out in March. However, publication was postponed first to may and then to June 23. The White house insists that the book contains information constituting state secrets, and therefore can not be printed in its current form. The U.S. justice Department has filed suit against Bolton. He is accused of divulging classified information. Attorney General William Barr called unprecedented the fact that such a book will be published under the current President.

trump has announced the appointment of Bolton to be his assistant for homeland security in March 2018. After 18 months, the President sent in his resignation.