A recently fired National Security Advisor to US President Donald Trump writes a book about his working time under Trump, reporting several US media, including Axios .

John Bolton was fired by the president on September 10, who said that Bolton's opinions "are not shared by anyone in the government."

That he has decided to write a book is not completely out of the blue. In 2007 Bolton already published a book about the government of the then president George Bush.

The dismissed security advisor joins forces with American publisher Javelin, who previously worked with former FBI director James Comey and former communications officer Cliff Sims when they wrote critical books.

It is unclear whether Bolton will write about whistleblower issue

Trump is under attack in the United States. The Democrats have launched a preliminary investigation into the procedure for a possible removal of the president.

The politicians believe that Trump has abused his political power when he asked his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

The company of the son of Biden is said to have been guilty of corruption in the Eastern European country. The telephone conversation was revealed by a whistleblower.

It is not known whether Bolton will write about the telephone conversation. He abstained from commenting to American media. Earlier, Bolton said he forbids himself to release specific information about his time at the White House.

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