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Trump decides to remove tiol Security Adviser

Trump decides to remove tiol Security Adviser

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 March 2018 12:00 AM GMT

Washington, March 16: US President Dold Trump has decided to remove H.R. McMaster as his tiol Security Adviser and was actively discussing potential replacements, The Washington Post reported. The turbulence is part of a broader potential shake-up under consideration by Trump that is likely to include senior officials at the White House, informed sources told The Post late Thursday. “The President is enjoying the process of assessing his team and making changes, tightening his inner circle to those he considers survivors and who respect his unconventiol style,” a senior White House official said. Several candidates have emerged as possible McMaster replacements, including John Bolton, a former US ambassador to the UN and Keith Kellogg, the chief of staff of the tiol Security Council. The news of McMaster’s suspected removal comes after Trump on Tuesday sacked Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, ending his short but tumultuous tenure as the tions chief diplomat. CIA Director Mike Pompeo will take over the top position.

On Wednesday, Trump med conservative TV alyst Larry Kudlow to replace his top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, who quit over trade disagreements, The Washington Post reported. And on earlier Thursday, Trump sigled that more personnel moves were likely. “There will always be change,” the President told reporters. “And I think you want to see change. I want to also see different ideas.”

According to the sources, others considered at risk for being fired or reprimanded include Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, who has generated bad headlines for ordering a $31,000 dining room set for his office; Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, who has been under fire for his first-class travel at taxpayer expense; and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, whose agency spent $139,000 to renovate his office doors. (IANS)

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