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are going to have some very important information come out very shortly. okay? and we will be reporting that over the next couple of weeks. i want to thank you and commissioner, thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> thank you everybody. >> thank you guys. >> thanks. >> thanks, brad. >> thank you very much. soon thereafter. >> responding to a question about the firing of national security advisor, john bolton. that's a topic that senate majority leader mitch mcconnell also spoke about briefly from the senate floor earlier today. >> on another matter. as he departs the position of national security advisor, i want to thank ambassador john bolton for his many years of valuable service to our country. personally, i have always appreciated john's candor and clear advice. he possesses something crucial. the ability to understand the world the way it is. he knows
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there are many threats to american interests, and that those threats will not reseed if we retreat. he understands that american leadership is essential to keeping the threats and enemies at bay. and that our partners in our lives rarely act without us. john appreciates the need to stand up to adversaries like putin's russia, approach them from a position of strength. and hold them accountable for their lives and their misdeeds. i wish him well wherever his career next takes him. of course the president deserves to choose his own team. and he assembled a strong wind. he and our nation are well served by leaders like secretary pompeo, secretary s berg, and director hospital. of the president celexa's national security advisor who will work well with the national security leaders who have been chosen by the president, and confirmed by the
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