SOURCE: The Foundation for American Security and Freedom

The Foundation for American Security and Freedom

May 26, 2016 11:30 ET

Ambassador Bolton to Run Ad in Response to Pres. Obama's "Apology Tour"

The Ad Highlights the President's Failed Leadership and the Need for American Strength Abroad

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - May 26, 2016) - Ambassador John Bolton today announced the release of a new ad entitled, "Apology Tour." His non-profit, the Foundation for American Security and Freedom (FASF), released the ad to coincide with Memorial Day and in response to President Obama's planned trip to Hiroshima. The FASF will spend $50,000 on the ad buy.

"President Obama has made it his mission to apologize for American exceptionalism, which has damaged our reputation and standing throughout the world," Bolton said. "This ad reflects on the fearless and independent spirit of the American people and serves as a reminder that generations of American soldiers did not sacrifice their life in service to this country to have our president apologize for our greatness."

The ad will run on social media and other digital platforms starting today and throughout the weekend in the major U.S. cities of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, and Washington on principal websites such as, Politico, and The Washington Post, among others. You can view the ad at

Ambassador Bolton added, "I hope our next president shares the understanding that America is a great nation, and that peace is only maintained when America leads from a position of strength."

About Foundation for American Security and Freedom ( The Foundation for American Security and Freedom is a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation is chaired by Ambassador John Bolton, and is committed to furthering America's national security interests at home and abroad. Through research, analysis, and public dissemination of studies and opinions about foreign and defense policy, FASF will strengthen public discourse and make clear the links between strong foreign and domestic policies.

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