On Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich talks about his new book "Trump And The American Future: Solving the Great Problems of Our Time" and talked about what John Bolton's book will do to the former Ambassador's reputation.
"He couldn't tell his story under oath a few months back because it's not true. He would have been committing perjury. But I feel really sad about this. John and I had offices next to each other at the American Enterprise Institute back around 2002-3. He's a very smart guy. But his book ought to listed under fiction, it's not nonfiction. Every single official who's been in the meetings he describes says he was wrong, across the board, they say it's just not true and that, in fact, the Korean government just issued a statement this afternoon saying that Bolton's account of the conversations are false. So I think the Bolton book will be loved by the anti -Trump people because they hate him and anything negative will make them feel good. But I think that in the long run, John has destroyed his own reputation and will turn out to have written a book which is fundamentally and profoundly false."