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Feverish speculation about John Bolton’s replacement as national security adviser

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A bumper crop of potential candidates for national security adviser, signed the following John Bolton’s abrupt exit from the White house on Tuesday.

In the midst of a series of disagreements with Bolton, including recent negotiations with the Taliban about the future of fo-Afghanistan-President Trump scrapped, announced in a tweet that the Bolton ‘ s “are no longer needed services” and said that he would be the appointment of a new national security adviser in the next week.

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Multiple sources tell Fox News that at least five people are believed to be in the mix. For this purpose, the U.S. Ambassador in Germany, Ric Grenell include:; US special envoy for Iran, Brian hooks; special representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun; the Ambassador of the Netherlands Pete Hoekstra; and Rob Blair, an aide to White house chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.

A source close to the talks said several senators, the White house called on Grenell in his name on Tuesday.

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Earlier in the day, the President signaled that he fired Bolton – a characterization Bolton even challenged.

“I informed John Bolton, last night, in which his services are no longer needed, to the White house,” Trump tweeted.

He added: “I disagreed strongly with many of his proposals, as well as others in the administration, and that is why I asked John for his resignation to me this morning.”

While Bolton quickly challenged Trump’s version of events — he says that he first offered his resignation to-the two had well-known disagreements on a number of hot-button national security, perhaps the most clear about the plans for a troop drawdown in Afghanistan.

Bolton the distance comes after the radical-adviser was allegedly away from the high-level discussions on military involvement in Afghanistan on the heels of the enemy’s diplomatic efforts in the region.

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“Simply put, many of Bolton are not aligning policy priorities with POTUS,” a White house official told Fox News on Tuesday.

While Trump announced a 4,000-troop increase in 2017 as part of efforts to break the stalemate in the country, he has been in the direction of assent to a gradual withdrawal of the troops-wise. About 14,000 U.S. troops remain in Afghanistan, advise and assist the Afghan forces and the implementation of the Anti-terrorist operations.

Within the administration, Bolton also for the caution trump strategy with North Korea, and was against Trump’s decision last year to pull the U.S. troops out of Syria. Bolton led to convince a quiet effort within the administration and with allies abroad to keep the President, the U.S. to meet with armed forces in Syria Islamic state and the Iranian influence in the region.

Bolton was Trump’s third national security Advisor in April 2018, replaced H. R. McMaster, who had himself been appointed as the successor of Michael Flynn.

Fox News’ Gillian Turner, Catherine Herridge, Brooke Singman, John Roberts and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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