I hope it's obvious that this is NOT how things went down.
Only parts that are somewhat true:
Bohr and Einstein were both rivals who strongly disagreed, but also held each other in high regard and loved having long discussions because they considered each other equals.
Bohr created the theory that made the atomic bomb possible, which he felt bad about because he had hoped it would be for peaceful use only. He somewhat helped in the Manhattan Project but was quoted for saying "That is why I went to America. They didn't need my help in making the atom bomb" and only acted as consultant. Russians tried to get him to tell how the bomb was made, but he didn't know.
Einstein told Roosevelt that he had to make the bomb in case Hitler was making one too, but it would probably have happened even if Einstein had said nothing.
For the rest of his life Bohr tried to get US and UK to share the atomic secrets, but Churchill was very much against it and said Bohr should be locked up.