Trump named Bolton’s successor as National Security Adviser

Robert O’Brien will be the President’s new national security adviser. He will succeed John Bolton in this position. The American leader wrote on Twitter.

“I am pleased to announce that I will appoint Robert O’Brien, who is now very successfully working as the President’s special Envoy for Hostages in the state Department, our new National Security Adviser,” Trump said in a statement.

According to the head of Washington, he has long worked with O’Brien. He also assured that the new Adviser on National Security “perfectly will cope” with the new tasks.

The post of adviser to Trump used to be held by John Bolton, but on September 10, the US leader announced his resignation and thanked him for his work.

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Author: Flyn Braun
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