Former national security adviser John Bolton joins me now.He is the author of 'The Room Where It Happened.' Good to have you with us this evening.Mr. Bolton, what's your reaction to what the president had to say about this whole incident?Well, in fact he was responding to an article in the Atlantic magazine from the last Thursday night and the article itself is a mash up of all kinds of allegations.What he thinks of John McCain which I thought was largely accurateand what he happened to say in Paris on the day before Armistice Day, the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, getting ready to go visit French President Macron.And according to what that article said the president made disparaging remarks about our soldiers,the people buried at the Aisne-Marne cemetery in connection with the decision for him not to go to the ceremony that was planned that afternoon and that was simply false.I don't know who told the author that but that was false and I recounted that in my book, room where it happened and reaffirmed that in response to questions, the next day.Yeah. I mean you've heard the back and forth between reporters on this.Jennifer Griffin came on today and said that she stands by her sources, she says that you were not 'in the room' where it happened when this was discussed. What do you say to that?Well, she's just flatly wrong. Look, I can tell you exactly what it was. We were in the Ambassador's residence in Paris.