Donald Trump confronted one other humiliating court docket loss on Saturday as a decide blocked his administration’s try to halt the discharge of former nationwide safety adviser John Bolton’s new e-book.
According to The Hill, “U.S. District Choose Royce Lamberth wrote in an order launched Saturday that ‘whereas Bolton’s unilateral conduct raises grave nationwide safety considerations, the federal government has not established that an injunction is an acceptable treatment.’”
The report notes, “A federal decide has denied a Trump administration request to dam former nationwide safety adviser John Bolton’s e-book from being printed.”
The decide reminded the Justice Division that the e-book has already been printed and delivered all throughout the nation forward of its Tuesday launch.
The choice comes after the president made a last-ditch attempt to sue to cease the e-book from being launched.
The decide’s ruling on Bolton’s e-book might be learn here.
Trump is petrified of books
Whether or not it’s intelligence briefings or full-fledged books, it’s well-documented that Donald Trump isn’t a fan of studying. The notorious Michael Wolff e-book ‘Fireplace and Fury’ even alleges that Trump is simply semi-literate.
The president’s concern of books has solely surged over the previous week – not solely as a consequence of Bolton’s upcoming e-book however as a result of Trump’s niece can also be planning to release a tell-all this summer season.
For a person like Donald Trump, books are an absolute nightmare. They comprise details and knowledge that always undercut the choice actuality he wants with a purpose to survive politically.
On Saturday, a federal decide handed Donald Trump one other loss in his ongoing warfare on the written phrase.
Sean Colarossi presently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. He earned his Bachelor of Arts diploma in Journalism from the College of Massachusetts Amherst and was an organizing fellow for each of President Obama’s presidential campaigns. He additionally labored with Deliberate Parenthood as an Inexpensive Care Act Outreach Organizer in 2014, serving to northeast Ohio residents acquire medical insurance protection.