Donald Trump’s former national security advisor’s upcoming book alleges that it was POTUS who told China’s President Xi Jinping that building the camps for Uighur Muslims was the “right thing to do.”

John Bolton has made these revelations concerning Trump and his behind-the-scenes decisions and actions in his upcoming book titled “ The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir,” excerpts of which have been published online.

According to Bolton, Trump gave verbal approval for Uighur re-education camps in China, which currently houses more than 1 million people from the country’s Muslim minority. The approval was allegedly given during 2019’s meeting between Trump and Jinping in June.

The one-on-one meeting happened between Trump and Jinping during the 2019 Group of 20 summits in Japan. The Chinese President is said to have defended the construction of “Vocational Education and Training Centers” in the northwestern Chinese territory of Xinjiang.

The Chinese officials have been detaining and indoctrinating Uighur Muslims since 2017 in the camps.

“ According to our interpreter, Trump said that Xi should go ahead with building the camps, which Trump thought was exactly the right thing to do,” Bolton wrote in his memoir.

The memoir, which is scheduled to release next week, makes a series of allegations against Trump. Some of the allegations include pleasing China to purchase America’s agricultural products for his political benefits and asking Jinping to assist him with helping the U.S. Presidential elections in 2020.

Furthermore, it has been alleged that he suggested: “the two-term constitutional limit on presidents should be repealed for him.”

Shortly after Bolton’s revelations were published online, Trump signed a bill calling for approval against China’s treatment of Uighur Muslims.

The legislation titled -- Uighur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020 -- “holds accountable perpetrators of human rights violations and abuses such as the systematic use of indoctrination camps, forced labor, and intrusive surveillance to eradicate the ethnic identity and religious beliefs of Uighurs and other minorities in China.”

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