Former White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, has a lot to say about John Bolton, who's taking up some airwaves with his new book that's said to be quite controversial regarding President Trump.

Turns out that Sarah Sanders has a book coming out too. Her book, titled "Speaking for Myself" dives a little bit into John Bolton and it doesn't look good for him.

She referred to Bolton as "a classic case of a senior White House official drunk on power, who had forgotten that nobody elected him to anything." This took place during President Trump's visit to London sometime last year.

Mike Allen from Axios revealed quite a bit from Sanders and her thoughts/words on John Bolton.

Sanders tells me that
Bolton regularly traveled separately on foreign trips and, in London, disregarded a request to wait so the rest of the staff wouldn’t get stuck in traffic:
  • "Bolton apparently felt too important to travel with the rest of us," Sanders writes. "As we were ready to depart for the Winfield House," the U.S. ambassador's residence in London, "we loaded onto a small black bus."
  • "We waited and watched as Bolton sped by and left us in the dust. The discussion on the bus quickly moved ... to how arrogant and selfish Bolton could be, not just in this moment but on a regular basis."
  • "If anyone on the team should have merited a motorcade it was [Treasury Secretary] Mnuchin, but he was a team player and didn’t seem to mind traveling with the rest of us."
"Often Bolton acted like he was the president, pushing an agenda contrary to President Trump's."
  • "When we finally arrived at the Winfield House, [chief of staff] Mick Mulvaney, typically laid-back and not one to get caught up in titles or seniority, confronted Bolton and unleashed a full Irish explosion on him."
"Let’s face it, John," Mulvaney said, according to Sanders. "You’re a f—— self-righteous, self-centered son of a b——!'"
  • "That epithet ... was the culmination of months of Bolton thinking he was more important and could play by a different set of rules than the rest of the team. ... Bolton backed down and stormed off."
Seems like Mr. Bolton wasn't the most popular face in DC.

Bolton's book is due out this Tuesday.

Sanders' book is due this fall.

Photos: Gage Skidmore and Wikipedia.