The most widely cited country in the book by John Bolton, a former national security adviser to the US government, is Iran, which has been repeated more than 750 times.

Iran Press/America: John Bolton, a former national security adviser to US President Donald Trump, has mentioned Iran 753 times in his book.

After Iran, North Korea's name has been repeated 459 times.

In his book, Bolton also mentions to Europe 167 times, Iraq 124 times, the Israeli regime 102 times, ISIS 67 times, and Saudi Arabia 49 times.

In the book, entitled 'The Room Where It Happened', John Bolton describes his memories of his time in the White House, which is set to be published in the upcoming days and has caused a great deal of controversy.

Yesterday (Saturday), a federal judge in a Washington court denied the White House's request to block the publication of the controversial book by former US National Security Adviser.

The US government on Friday filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D.C., demanding that federal judge block the publication of John Bolton's book.

The White House claims that Bolton's book contains classified and confidential information that could jeopardize US national security.

The US President  Donald Trump fired John R. Bolton, his third national security adviser, amid fundamental disagreements over how to handle major foreign policy challenges like Iran, North Korea, and Afghanistan.

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