We know Trump likes dictators from Hungary to Saudi Arabia. We know that Trump dislikes Muslims. We know he envies Xi his autocratic powers, just as he envies Vladimir Putin’s. We know Trump does not care about human rights. We know that Pompeo has been the enabler of Trump’s worst instincts on the international stage.There is nothing revelatory in the Bolton book, if revelation is taken to mean something more than adding sordid detail to a well-established narrative.The book is a nonevent. It is the ultimate inside-the-Beltway media circus. It will not move the needle one millimeter with respect to Trump’s future or his prospects in the Nov. 3 election.Perhaps that view is influenced by viewing the goings-on from conservative rural Georgia, where I’ve been doing some reporting and where support for Trump remains strong. The things Bolton says seem fantastically remote, cloyingly familiar and strikingly irrelevant.It’s safe to say that a week from now nobody will care.Bolton knew what he was getting into, just like Pompeo. Trump had an interesting interview with The Wall Street Journal the other day. In it he said, “I did something good. … I made Juneteenth very famous.” He continued, “Nobody had ever heard of it.”Trump thinks he made Juneteenth famous by initially scheduling a rally in Tulsa on that date, before being told this was offensive to African-Americans and rescheduling for June 20. During the interview he asks an aide if she has ever heard of Juneteenth. The aide replies that the White House issued a statement last year commemorating the day. “Oh, really?” Trump says.Yes, really. America is flying blind.Bolton has done plenty of harm, but it is not he “who damaged America by violating his sacred trust with its people,” in Pompeo’s words. It is the president Pompeo continues to serve with such assiduous sycophancy.The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor. We’d like to hear what you think about this or any of our articles. Here are some tips. And here’s our email: email@example.com.Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook, Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram.