Amb. Bolton Runs Ad Highlighting "Five Questions" For Next President

WASHINGTON, Dec. 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With the final GOP debate of 2015 set for Tuesday night, Ambassador John Bolton today announced the release of a new online video ad entitled, "Five Questions." The ad highlights the increased threat to our national security, and asks the five important policy questions included in "The Bolton Test," which is meant to help citizens ask the right qualifying questions as they decide who is best equipped to keep America safe.

"As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton failed the American people, and since her exit in 2012, the president and his administration continue to enact the same failed policies, refusing to lead in the fight against radical Islam," according to Ambassador Bolton. "In order to prevent another four years of failed international policy, it is essential that citizens ask these five questions, as it will help them choose a candidate with the credentials and competence to keep America safe."

The Foundation for American Security and Freedom (FASF), Ambassador Bolton's non-profit, will spend approximately $70,000 to run the online ad in the Las Vegas media market from Monday through Wednesday. Additionally, FASF has enlisted Moasis technology to hyper-target the cell phones of debate attendees, using cellphone towers. You can view the ad at This online video ad follows a full-page print advertisement of The Bolton Test that was placed in major newspapers in Nevada, Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina.

Ambassador Bolton added, "The 2016 election will be decided on national security, which I hope will be the primary issue discussed in the final GOP debate of 2015. With the future of America and our safety at stake, these five essential questions will help citizens decide who is best suited to be our commander and chief."

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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Source:The Foundation for American Security and Freedom