If former Trump NSA Bolton has that note saved with his book publisher or some other place, there could be another big scandal ahead for GOPA leadership at a crucial time in foreign policy as more US troops are heading to Syria Iraq and NK situation is getting worse again..
H/T Drudge:

MOCK SHOCK
Pompeo said Trump was ‘full of s***’ in note to Bolton during Kim Jong-Un talks while Barr told of concern, book claims


Erica Davies


Jun 17 2020, 19:28 ET

SECRETARY of State Mike Pompeo mocked President Donald Trump behind his back during US negotiations with North Korea, former national security adviser John Bolton has claimed.
In his upcoming memoir, The Room Where It Happened, Bolton said Pompeo slipped him a note mocking Trump during a 2018 meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

John Bolton, left, claims in his book that Mike Pompeo mocked President Donald Trump as 'full of s**t'Credit: LEAH MILLIS "He is so full of s**t," the note said, according to an excerpt from Bolton's book obtained by The New York Times on Wednesday.
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Heard claim that this is the site where Trump-KJU met but have not confirmed that.

North Korea releases photos showing explosion of liaison office jointly run with South Korea

USA TODAY
June 17, 2020
'Faded away into a dark nightmare': North Korea says diplomacy with Trump has failed.

Tuesday's action follows a statement from North Korea saying that it was formally abandoning attempts to pursue diplomatic relations with the White House because of "hypocritical" and "empty promises" made by President Donald Trump. The statement by Foreign Minister Ri Son Gwon was made on the second anniversary of Trump's historic handshake with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un at a summit in Singapore.
North Korea has demanded immediate economic sanctions relief in return for starting the process of dismantling its nuclear weapons program. Trump has been unwilling to meet that demand, leading to the gridlocked denuclearization negotiations.

Independent journalists were not allowed at the demolition of an inter-Korean liaison office building in Kaesong, North Korea. (Photo: Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP)

The four-story glass-and-steel building sat just inside North Korea's side of the border with South Korea. (Photo: Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP)

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ea/3204861001/