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Trump hits out at John Bolton over “unfit for office” claim

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Former U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton has delivered a scathing critique of former President Donald Trump, labeling him as “unfit” to hold the highest office in the land.

His denouncement of the former President is in the introduction to a new edition of his memoir, “The Room Where it Happened,” released on Tuesday.

Bolton, who served in the Trump White House from 2018 to 2019, did not mince words in his assessment of the former President.

He characterised Trump as a self-interested individual who would prioritise personal vendettas over national interests and would appease adversaries such as Russia and China.

Potential consequences

In the new foreword to his memoir, Bolton expressed concerns about the potential consequences of a second Trump term.

He warned that if re-elected, Trump might consider leaving the NATO security alliance, reducing support to Ukraine despite Russia’s 2022 invasion, and adopting a more isolationist stance, which could embolden China to take aggressive actions, potentially even blockading Taiwan.

“Trump is unfit to be president,” Bolton asserted in his foreword, adding that a second term would likely be worse than the first.

Bolton also questioned Trump’s commitment to conservative policies, suggesting that his second term might not align with the expectations of the right, especially in the realm of Supreme Court appointments.

Foreign policy

Bolton criticised Trump’s foreign policy decisions, asserting that they had a detrimental impact on national security.

He highlighted the possibility of Trump withdrawing from NATO, which could please Russian President Vladimir Putin, and expressed concerns about the heightened risks in Asia, particularly regarding Taiwan, if Trump were to return to office.

Bolton concluded by remarking that both Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping would welcome Trump’s return to power, making it imperative for the American electorate to carefully consider their choices.

In response, Trump senior advisor Jason Miller accused Bolton of seeking to profit from his relationship with the former President.

Ahron Young is an award winning journalist who has covered major news events around the world. Ahron is the Managing Editor and Founder of TICKER NEWS.

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Julian Assange’s last stand before extradition

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Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is allegedly being targeted by the United States government and former President Donald Trump for his role in exposing classified information.

According to Assange’s lawyer, this targeting is a result of the controversial revelations made by WikiLeaks, which have often put the U.S. government in a precarious position.

Assange, who has been residing in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to avoid extradition, now faces renewed concerns about his safety and legal battles.

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Qantas appoints new Chairman amid board renewal

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Qantas Airways has announced significant changes to its board, including the appointment of John Mullen as the new chairman, as part of its ongoing renewal strategy following a tumultuous period for the airline.

John Mullen, former chairman of Telstra, will assume the role of chairman of Qantas’ board, succeeding Richard Goyder.

John Mullen, former chairman of Telstra.

Mullen will officially join the board as a non-executive director and chairman-elect on July 1, with plans to take on the chairman’s responsibilities ahead of the company’s annual general meeting in October.

In addition to Mullen’s appointment, Dr. Nora Scheinkestel will also join the board as a non-executive director and chair of the remuneration committee effective March 1, 2024.

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Richard Goyder, outgoing chairman of Qantas, remarked that these changes mark a new chapter for the airline following a period of significant challenges, including the early resignation of former CEO Alan Joyce and Goyder’s own decision to step down.

Goyder expressed confidence in Mullen’s ability to lead Qantas into its next phase, citing Mullen’s extensive experience as a director and chairman of large and complex companies, as well as his distinguished executive career in the transport sector both domestically and internationally.

“These changes reflect a new chapter for Qantas, and John brings a wealth of experience that makes him the right choice to lead the national carrier into its next phase,” stated Goyder.

The announcement comes amidst ongoing efforts by Qantas to navigate the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and reshape its operations to adapt to changing market dynamics.

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Google goes rogue as search engine falls short?

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In the digital era, where instant access to information is the norm, Google has emerged as the go-to source for swift answers. However, a recent study has raised a cautionary flag, suggesting that the top search result on Google may not always be the most reliable or accurate.

Dr. Karen Sutherland from USC sheds light on the factors influencing Google search result rankings, emphasizing the importance of users exercising caution to avoid being misled by potentially inaccurate information. The interview explores the role of search engine optimization (SEO) in determining rankings, questions the reliability of the top search result as an indicator of accuracy, and delves into strategies for increasing awareness about the limitations of search engines. As we navigate the vast digital landscape, a critical eye and awareness are essential tools to discern the accuracy of the information provided by the seemingly omnipotent search engine.

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