Article from Fox News by Sam Dorman.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., celebrated former national security adviser John Bolton’s departure from the White House, arguing that his foreign policy was “naïve” and led to armed conflict.

“The chances of a war worldwide go greatly down,” Paul told reporters on Tuesday. His comments came just after President Trump announced that he asked for Bolton’s resignation — something Bolton disputes, claiming that he was the one who offered to resign.

Paul appeared to back Trump’s version of events, tweeting that the president has: “great instincts.”

Paul, who has long been critical of hawkish foreign policy, told reporters on Tuesday that Bolton had a penchant for pursuing regime change.

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