Trump Searches For a New Security Cheif
President Donald Trump and conduct interviews with the candidates for the post of national security adviser.
The four candidates: adviser Keith Kellogg, a former ambassador to the UN John Bolton. Gen. H R McMaster. And Gen. Robert According to Caslen.
And it became the role vacated when he fired Gen. Michael Flynn after only three weeks and three days in the job.
Mr. Trump’s first choice, retired Vice Adm. Robert Harward, rejected the role, citing “personal reasons.”
Gen. Flynn stepped down after misleading vice president Mike Pence during his talks with Russia’s ambassador to the United States.
When asked about speculation that he was not allowed to bring his staff at the National Security Council, Mr. Harvard told The Associated Press: “I think this president to address.”
He said press secretary to Mr. Trump, Sean Spicer on Saturday, chairman of the Central Intelligence Agency and retired General David Petraeus, is also no longer a candidate.