Robert O’brien is the new national security advisor of the Us president, Donald Trump. The president on Wednesday announced.
O’brien is the fourth national security advisor in the row under the Home. He succeeded John Bolton, who, last week, the president was fired as a result.
The national security advisor was running a special gijzelingengezant at the ministry of Foreign Affairs. He has negotiated, on behalf of the U.s. government’s hostage-taking in the foreign country.
O’brien, it was only this summer by the president’s visit to Sweden is sent in order to negotiate the release of American rapper A$AP Rocky, who was convicted of an assault.
“I’ve been working a long time with Robert. He will be great to do it,” tweeted Trump (Wednesday).
I am pleased to announce that I will name by Robert C. O’brien, currently serving as the very successful Special Presidential Envoy for the Hostage Affairs at the State Department, as our new National Security Advisor. I have worked long & hard with Robert. He will do a great job!
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Four safety advisors, in a couple of years
The previous national security advisor Bolton and was sacked after a dispute with the president over the approach of security in Venezuela, and North Korea.
O’brien’s predecessor, Herbert McMaster, and Michael Flynn, were on a career as a safety advisor, to be short-lived. McMaster was fired because he was too rigid, and he saw it because he lied to the American security agency, FBI.
He also dismisses national security advisor Bolton