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President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser Ambassador John Bolton joined Brian Kilmeade this morning on The Brian Kilmeade Show and commented on his determination to stop the leaks coming out of the White House, being called out by name by North Korea, the President being optimistic and realistic the North Korean summit will still happen and not backing away from the objective of complete and verifiable denuclearization by North Korea.

AMBASSADOR JOHN BOLTON ON THE BRIAN KILMEADE SHOW: ON NORTH KOREA CALLING HIM OUT BY NAME

(BRIAN KILMEADE) What's your reaction to them calling you out by name?

(JOHN BOLTON) Well you know it's nothing new. From my perspective back in 2003 when we were going through the six party talks in the Bush administration the North Koreans objected to my characterization of Kim Jong Il, Kim Jong un's father as a dictator and other things they called me human scum. They called me a bloodsucker they said I was a very ugly fellow. So I kind of get used to it. It's what the North Koreans do. And the question is whether this really is a sign that that they're not taking our objective of denuclearization seriously.

AMBASSADOR JOHN BOLTON ON THE BRIAN KILMEADE SHOW: ON PREPARATIONS FOR SUMMIT WITH NORTH KOREA ARE CONTINUING