Talk:John R. Bolton

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  • I view my job as advocating America's interests, and sometimes that brings you into disagreement with other countries who are advocating their interests. The difference — everybody in the U.N. advocates their own national interests. The only difference is the United States is the only one that's criticized for it.
    • On an interview in Hannity and Colmes
  • If the U.N. secretary building in New York lost 10 stories, it wouldn't make a bit of difference.
    • At a Federalist Society forum, 1994
  • There is no such thing as the United Nations.
    • At a Federalist Society forum, 1994.
  • It is inappropriate for one democracy to tell another democracy not to act in a democratic manner.*
    • Sept. 14 videoconference with reporters in New York, hosted by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, by John Bolton, a panelist at the videoconference.
  • I don´t do carrots.
    • On an interview dealing with the nuclear weapon program of North Korea