Trump choose McMaster as the new national security advisor
The American president, Trump has on Monday, lieutenant general Herbert Raymond McMaster was appointed as his security adviser.
The 54-year-old McMaster is the successor of Michael Flynn, who last week left because he secretly with the Russian ambassador in Washington about the U.s. economic sanctions had spoken.
Trump wants Keith Kellogg chief-of-staff of the national security council. This 72-year-old ex-general took Flynns job as safety advisor for the past days.
McMaster is since 1984 in the army and has a long range of functions. He took part in the gulf war, was in Iraq and Afghanistan and had a role in the ‘War on Terror’, as president Bush, the military campaign after 9/11 against international terrorism in 2001 identified.
On the other hand, worked for McMaster as a professor of military history. He worked on the well-known military academy, Westpoint and Stanford University. He is currently in the directorate of the Army Capabilities Integration Center, a legerinstituut that will include working on equipment, training, systems, and doctrine.
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