On Twitter, the bestselling novelist Stephen King has ironically criticized President Donald Trump after he tries to delay publication of John Bolton’s book.
The ongoing book discussion between Donald Trump and former national security advisor, John Bolton, has been brought to court. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Bolton to delay the publication of the book called ‘The Room Where It Happened’ because it consists of ‘secret and sensitive information on National security.’
In a lawsuit filed at the federal court in Washington, the Department of Justice claimed that the 500-page book is full of confidential information on National security.
The White House argued that the book must go through the approval process as part of Bolton’s contractual obligations, but the former national security adviser did not complete this process.
Plus, the publisher of John Bolton’s book, Simon & Schuster, announced that the book ‘The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir’ would be released on June 23. Also, the publisher describes the book as ‘the book Donald Trump doesn’t want you to read.’
However, the 72-year-old author mocked Donald Trump’s effort for delaying the publication of the book. In his tweet, he made a perfect irony, referring to the rapid armament in America. He tweeted:
“Americans can have all the guns they want. Just not John Bolton’s book. Books are bad. Books are dangerous.”
Author and activist, Ariaa Jaeger made a hilarious comment on his post:
“Books can seriously damage your ignorance!”
Check out the Twitter post below.
Americans can have ll the guns they want. Just not John Bolton‘s book. Books are bad. Books are dangerous.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) June 17, 2020