Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton is warning Hillary Clinton would be nothing more than President Obama’s third term in the fight against radical Islamic terrorism, applauding Donald Trump’s aggressive stand on ISIS and fearing there could be many negative repercussions to Congress allowing 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia.
Bolton, who publicly supports Trump, served as U.N. ambassador from 2005-2007. Before that, he served in the State Department under President George W. Bush.
Monday night’s first presidential debate was touted as having a substantial focus on national security. It didn’t live up to that billing, but Clinton and Trump did cover their approaches to ISIS and cyber security. Clinton offered more specifics than Trump on how to defeat ISIS, but Bolton told WND and Radio America her prescription sounds familiar.
“Hillary Clinton is going to be Barack Obama’s third term,” Bolton said. “I think that’s true not just on national security matters but on domestic policy as well. While she likes to say – and did several times on Monday say – I’ve got a plan for this or I’ve got a plan for that, her plan for ISIS sounds suspiciously like Barack Obama’s, except she’s going to do it better.”