Speaking about his new book, the former national security adviser said Putin believes he can play the U.S. president "like a fiddle."
"Trump commingled the personal and the national not just on trade questions but across the whole field of national security," former National Security Adviser John Bolton wrote.
Biden addressed Bolton's accusations that Trump asked China to help him win the 2020 election and praised its internment camps for religious minorities.
"A president may not misuse the national government's legitimate powers by defining his own personal interest as synonymous with the national interest," John Bolton writes in his new book.
In Tuesday's lawsuit, the DOJ alleges that Bolton "breached his legal obligations" by submitting the manuscript to publishers without finishing the White House's standard prepublication review.
"Maybe [Bolton]'s not telling the truth," President Donald Trump told reporters on Monday. "He's been known not to tell the truth, a lot."
"This is the book Donald Trump doesn't want you to read," the former national security adviser's book publisher said.
Bolton's book release has been moved from May to June.
"John Bolton, in his own words, is revealing that the emperor has no clothes," said the former Obama deputy national security adviser.
"When you have a lawless president, you have to bring that to the fore and you have to spotlight that," the House Judiciary Committee chairman said.
Reports have claimed that Trump is preparing a list of enemies to take down once he is acquitted by the Senate.
"Maybe not the perfect call," Senator Joni Ernst said.
"I think Susan Collins probably got in more of a jam than anybody else," conservative radio host Howie Carr told 'Fox & Friends.'
The former national security adviser faces backlash as damning Ukraine book leaks continue.
American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp publicly disinvited Utah Senator Mitt Romney from attending the 2020 Conservative Political Action Conference after Romney voted to hear new witness testimony in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
The revelation brings President Trump one step closer to becoming the third president in U.S. history to be acquitted of articles of impeachment. But that vote may not come until next week.
"Those offering to tell the truth should be welcomed, not pilloried," Andrew Napolitano wrote.
"I don't like the idea of people making John Bolton out to be a liar," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
Fox Business host Lou Dobbs called former National Security Adviser John Bolton "more of a turncoat than anyone realized" on his television program Wednesday. Dobbs also said that GOP senators who vote for witnesses during the ongoing impeachment trial are trying to "sabotage the Republican party."
The National Security Council claims Bolton's manuscript contains both classified and Top Secret information. Bolton's lawyer doesn't think so.
Conservative preacher Rodney Howard-Browne insisted Jesus would have physically attacked former National Security Adviser John Bolton for his supposed betrayal of President Donald Trump.
Conservative group Republicans for the Rule of Law are expected to run advertisements on major news outlets in the D.C. area beginning Thursday calling for witnesses to be allowed in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
The White House is trying to quash Bolton's disclosures, reportedly sending a letter to his attorney warning against publication of his new book.
Former Justice Department officials discussed the importance of witnesses during the Senate's impeachment trial in a new video.
"This is the end game," author Grant Stern wrote on Twitter.
The president tweeted that if he had listened to his former national security adviser, "we would likely be in World War Six."
Senator John Kennedy told Fox News host Sean Hannity there is "a lot of hysteria" about the potential testimony of President Donald Trump's former national security advisor.
Democrats and Republicans will submit—unsurprisingly—diametrically opposing questions to Chief Justice John Roberts, with most senators likely already decided what their final vote on removing the president from office will be.
"I've known him for two decades," Hannity said.
"I can't imagine that the President of the United States said that to him," Giuliani said.