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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by LA Times:

Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said at a lecture in Florida on Monday that he believes John Bolton, who alleges in an unreleased memoir that President Trump told him that he was withholding military aid to Ukraine to force its government to announce an investigation into a political rival, according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

“If John Bolton says that in the book I believe John Bolton,” Kelly reportedly said at a lecture in Sarasota. When Kelly took his post in 2017, he was seen by analysts as one of the “adults in the room” to manage Trump. Kelly departed the White House after eighteen months when his relationship with Trump was fractured beyond repair.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Every single time I was with him … he always gave the president the unvarnished truth,” the retired general said. “I mean half of Americans think this process is purely political and shouldn’t be happening but since it is happening the majority of Americans would like to hear the whole story.”

Herald Tribune editor Zac Anderson tweeted on Tuesday, “Last night I asked former Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly about the allegations in John Bolton’s book that Trump told Bolton he wanted to withhold military aid to Ukraine until the country investigated the Bidens. Kelly said: ‘I believe John Bolton’.”

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