He expressed on Twitter that a foreign policy that responds to domination interests, based on the Monroe doctrine, lies, manipulates and intimidates and violates international law.
Rodriguez alludes in his tweet to the confessions included in The Room Where It Happened, a book that contains Bolton’s memoirs, with explosive revelations about President Donald Trump.
The book is expected to come out today, despite the White House maneuvers to prevent its publication on the grounds that it contains classified information.
According to the publishing house, Simon & Schuster, the 592-page volume provides a privileged view on Trump’s “incoherent and dispersed decision-making process” between April 2018 and September 2019.
The company said that Bolton’s book, fired by the US president last year, details Trump’s behavior with China, Russia, Ukraine, North Korea, Iran, the United Kingdom, France and Germany.