Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton to Form Foreign Policy PAC

John BoltonFormer United Nations Ambassador John Bolton has announced that he will start a political action committee aimed at pressing 2014 midterm election candidates on foreign policy issues, Politico reported Nov. 3.

Maggie Haberman writes that Bolton told WABC radio host Aaron Klein that the planned PAC stems from the notion that “Americans don’t care about foreign policy.”

Bolton said that he wants to find, support and elect the “effective spokespeople for American national security in the House and the Senate.”

“We are going to have no debate over America’s national security policy and we are going to end up in an even weaker position at the end of Obama’s term than we are already likely to be,” Bolton added.

He is one of the farthest-right foreign policy thought leaders in the Republican Party, according to the article.

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