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New reshuffle for Trump: outside McMaster, inside Bolton new security adviser

2019-09-11T09:56:28.987Z

Donald Trump continues the reshuffle of his administration by announcing layoffs and replacements via Twitter: after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, replaced with CIA chief Mike Pompeo, this time it was the national security adviser HR McMaster, replaced with the former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton. <blockquote class = "twitter-tweet" data-lang = "it"> <p lang = "en" dir = "ltr"> I am pleased to announce that, effective 4/9/18, <a href = "https : //twitter.com/AmbJohnBolton? ref_src = twsrc% 5Etfw "> @AmbJohnBolton </a> will be my new National Security Advisor. McMaster who has done an outstanding job & will always remain my friend. There will be an official contact handover on 4/9. </p> - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href = "https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/976948306927607810?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" > 22 March 2018 </a> </blockquote> <script async src = "https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset = "utf-8"> </script> "I am pleased to announce Ambassador John Bolton will be my new National Security Adviser from April 9. I am very grateful for the service of General HR McMaster who has done an extraordinary job and will always remain my friend. There will be an official handover on April 9 ", he chirped just as CNN was preparing to broadcast an exclusive interview to former Playboy model Karen McDougal who wanted to talk about the relationship he had with him. Bolton will be the third national security adviser in the 14-month Trump presidency. The first was Michael Flynn, fired against the background of the Russiagate. Trump had clashed several times with McMaster, a respected three-star general in favor of a traditional Atlantic line and a diplomatic approach to the various crises. Trump would have expressed irritation towards him for "differences in style and personality", according to a high Republican source. The two would never get along and the tycoon continued to be bothered by the general's behavior when he gave him his briefings, with gruff and patronizing tones, also giving him the news that Trump would not want to hear. The last public reproach of the commander in chief was on Twitter, where in recent days he had written that "General McMaster has forgotten to say that the results of the 2016 elections were not influenced or changed by the Russians and that the only collusion is was between Russia and the corrupt Hillary the Democrats ". The rumors of its release had been around for some time, with the hypothesis of a return to the army with a four-star general promotion. Now it has arrived in the aftermath of the WP leak that the tycoon ignored the formal warning from its National Security team not to congratulate Vladimir Putin on his re-election to the Kremlin. A revelation that made the president go on a rampage, opening the hunt for the mole. Bolton, 70, a conservative, is a lawyer and a former diplomat who has served in various positions under Republican administrations, in particular with the Bushes, first as Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security (since 2001) and then as US ambassador to the UN (2005-2006). He is a member of various conservative think tanks and political institutions and linked to the NRA, the powerful arms lobby. "I didn't expect any announcement this afternoon." Thus, in an interview with Fox, John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN appointed by President Donald Trump national security adviser in place of HR McMaster. Trump, as usual, communicated the change via Twitter. Bolton is a hawk of foreign policy and strongly pro-Israel. Before being named he said that the US should declare war on North Korea and Iran. "During my career I wrote I don't know how many articles and editorials - he said in the same interview with Fox - I gave countless speeches, I gave endless interviews ... I was never shy about my point of view" but now "what I said as a private citizen is behind me. The important thing is what the president says and the advice I offer him".


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March 23, 2018 Donald Trump continues the reshuffle of his administration by announcing layoffs and replacements via Twitter: after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, replaced with CIA chief Mike Pompeo, this time it was the national security adviser HR McMaster, replaced with the former US ambassador to the UN John Bolton.

I am pleased to announce that, effective 4/9/18, @AmbJohnBolton will be my new National Security Advisor. McMaster who has done an outstanding job & will always remain my friend. There will be an official contact handover on 4/9.

- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 22 March 2018



"I am pleased to announce that Ambassador John Bolton will be my new National Security Adviser from April 9. I am very grateful for the service of General HR McMaster who has done an extraordinary job and will always remain my friend. it will be an official handover on April 9 ", he chirped just as CNN was preparing to broadcast an exclusive interview to former Playboy model Karen McDougal who wanted to talk about the relationship he had with him. Bolton will be the third national security adviser in the 14-month Trump presidency. The first was Michael Flynn, fired against the background of the Russiagate. Trump had clashed several times with McMaster, a respected three-star general in favor of a traditional Atlantic line and a diplomatic approach to the various crises. Trump would have expressed irritation towards him for "differences in style and personality", according to a high Republican source. The two would never get along and the tycoon continued to be bothered by the general's behavior when he gave him his briefings, with gruff and patronizing tones, also giving him the news that Trump would not want to hear.

The last public reproach of the commander in chief was on Twitter, where in recent days he had written that "General McMaster has forgotten to say that the results of the 2016 elections were not influenced or changed by the Russians and that the only collusion is was between Russia and the corrupt Hillary the Democrats ". The rumors of its release had been around for some time, with the hypothesis of a return to the army with a four-star general promotion. Now it has arrived in the aftermath of the WP leak that the tycoon ignored the formal warning from its National Security team not to congratulate Vladimir Putin on his re-election to the Kremlin. A revelation that made the president go on a rampage, opening the hunt for the mole.

Bolton, 70, a conservative, is a lawyer and a former diplomat who has served in various positions under Republican administrations, in particular with the Bushes, first as Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security (since 2001) and then as US ambassador to the UN (2005-2006). He is a member of various conservative think tanks and political institutions and linked to the NRA, the powerful arms lobby. "I didn't expect any announcement this afternoon." Thus, in an interview with Fox, John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN appointed by President Donald Trump national security adviser in place of HR McMaster. Trump, as usual, communicated the change via Twitter. Bolton is a hawk of foreign policy and strongly pro-Israel. Before being named he said that the US should declare war on North Korea and Iran. "During my career I wrote I don't know how many articles and editorials - he said in the same interview with Fox - I gave countless speeches, I gave endless interviews ... I was never shy about my point of view" but now "what I said as a private citizen is behind me. The important thing is what the president says and the advice I offer him".

Source: rainews

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