Acting national security adviser to the President of the United States will be Charles Kupperman — Deputy to John Bolton, who previously resigned from this position. Free News reports citing White house press Secretary Hogan Gidley.
Charles Kupperman 68 years. He held senior positions at the military-industrial Corporation Lockheed Martin and Boeing. In the 1980s, he worked in the administration of US President Ronald Reagan. From 2001 to 2010, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the American center for security policy.
Kupperman began to work with Bolton in January 2019. “Charlie’s extensive experience in defense, arms control, and aerospace will help further develop President Trump’s national security agenda,” Bolton said at the time and noted that Kupperman had advised him for more than 30 years. CNN also calls him Bolton’s” longtime ally.”
Trump tweeted about Bolton’s resignation earlier on Tuesday, September 10. According to Trump, he asked Bolton to do so because of existing disagreements with him and other staff of the presidential administration.