BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): This comes out at a time in which the president can ill afford to have somebody else with an anti-Trump book. I have never seen a national security adviser come out with a book about a sitting president while he is in office to -- especially before reelection. So, it is really -- makes people wonder about what you could actually say in front of whom. Because your national security adviser, you have to have the unbelievable confidence that they are going to give you advice, they are going to keep their mouth shut, whether you like it or not.
I'm sure if we went inside negotiations with Kennedy and Lyndon Baines Johnson, I'm sure there are things out there that would stun biographers and experts and historians, but they never really comes out. You just see the final product.
He brought us inside some of those meetings as he remembers them. But the problem is people who were also there remember it differently, Ainsley. So it's going to be John Bolton with no allies on the left against the president and his people.
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Yeah, that's what Adam Schiff's point is; he is saying where were you when we were trying to impeach this president? Why didn't you speak? Why did you save it for a book? He is making millions of dollars on this book allegedly. He doesn't agree with the president. He left on, you know, bad terms with the president. So, he doesn't want him to win. He said that he doesn't want him to be a leader, the leader of our country. He feels an obligation, a conviction. And that's his right. He is able to do that.
A lot of people on the right though are furious with him. They think he's -- it's dishonorable. They don't -- you know, that he is just -- he's furious and he's upset and so he is trying to help the president lose this election or prevent him from winning. So, I mean, will you buy the book? Will this change your mind? I mean, it's two guys who disagree, they are allowed to disagree. They don't have the same opinions. And that's OK. But, you as the voter, you get to decide in November. And that's it.