Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Rep. Anthony D’Esposito for U.S. House of Representatives for New York’s Fourth District

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced the John Bolton PAC’s endorsement of Rep. Anthony D’Esposito for U.S. House of Representatives in New York’s Fourth District. Additionally, the John Bolton PAC will make a contribution of $5,000 to his reelection campaign.

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton:

“As a former detective, Congressman Anthony D’Esposito has seen humanity at its worst, yet he’s never let that stop him from doing what’s right. He’s continuously stood up for our allies and condemned evil whenever it arises. I’m proud to stand alongside Congressman D’Esposito as he fights to maintain America’s strength in the midst of international strain.”

Statement by Anthony D’Esposito:

“Defending our homeland calls for an engaged United States on the world stage, and all Americans were proud of Ambassador John Bolton for his work advancing American principles and priorities during his time in public service. I am honored to receive his endorsement.”

About the John Bolton PAC ( Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline, and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2022, Ambassador Bolton has endorsed over 250 candidates and raised nearly $30 million for his organizations.




Ambassador John Bolton, a diplomat and a lawyer, has spent many years in public service. He served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 2005-2006. He was Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security from 2001 to 2005. In the Reagan Administration, he was an Assistant Attorney General.