PALM BEACH, Fla. – President-elect, Donald Trump, ordered an experienced hand from the George W. Bush era, his national security circle Tuesday, and a figure of the Trump organization, to international offerings.
Thomas Bossert as assistant to the President for homeland security and counter-terrorism. A statement from Trump, the transition team, said Bossert advise the President in matters of internal security, counter-terrorism, and cybersecurity, and co-ordinate the procedures for the preparation and execution of policy in these areas.
The position is, in particular, “increased and restored to its independent position, in addition to the national security adviser,” said the statement. Politicians have long debated whether such a national security jobs should work independently from the White house.
Bossert will pick up in close collaboration with the trump card of national security adviser, the retired Lt. gen. Michael Flynn. Is Bossert is currently President of the risk management consulting firm, CDS Consulting. Previously, he served as Deputy assistant to the President for homeland security under Bush.
The President-elect also appointed one of his most important consultant for U.S.-Israel relations as a special representative for international negotiations. Jason Greenblatt has worked for the Trump organization for over two decades, developed, and currently serves as executive vice president and chief legal officer.
In the statement, Trump Greenblatt “has a history of negotiations, significant, complex transactions to my name,” and has the know-how to “bring the parties together and reach a consensus on the difficult and sensitive issues.”
Trump’s West Wing is shaping up to have several centres of power. Chief of staff, Reince Priebus, and a senior Advisor Steve Bannon will work as “equal partners,” says Trump, a consultant, and Kelly Anne Conway is also to be expected that autonomy. Trump’s influential son-in-law, Jared Kushner, also have a direct line to the President.
Trump has long fueled rivalries among its employees in the economy and in the campaign. But to do this in the White house, the confusion and the slow decision-making.
Trump recently, when his other top Advisor on Israel, David Friedman, as his choice for U.S. Ambassador to Israel.
The President-elect is spending the holiday in its resort in Florida, where he kept up a steady stream of meetings with senior staff, consultants, and executives. To remain a number of important posts in his government, saying his transition team that he will fill these positions in the coming days.
Meanwhile, trump, the efforts to solve his non-profit Foundation, before he takes office for the elimination of any conflicts of interest seem to be harder than he had thought.
The New York attorney general’s office, said on Tuesday that Trump is not moving forward with his plan to dismantle its non-profit Foundation, because the state of probing lawyers, if the President-elect, personally benefited from his spending.
“The trump Foundation is still under investigation by the office, and not be able to legally dissolve until the investigation is completed,” said Amy hospital nick, spokeswoman for the state attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
The statement came after Trump announced he wanted to dissolve, the Donald J. Trump Foundation, which is part of what the team says his presidential transition, is an attempt to delete all of the potential conflicts of interest before he takes office Jan. 20.
But the Foundation of the interior life, was the subject of Schneiderman’s investigation for months and could remain a touchy subject for Trump in the coming government. Democrats nationally have said they are willing to raise any legal or ethical issues of Trump, the global business Empire during his presidency.
Trump’s charity has admitted that it violated IRS regulations apart from the use of their funds or assets to Trump, his family, his company, or substantial contributor to the Foundation.
The losses through the Donald J. Trump Foundation have been made in the 2015 tax returns to the public after a presidential election, it was revealed that Trump has used to pay the charity claims, you make a $25,000 political donation and the purchase of goods, for example, an image of himself that was displayed at one of his properties.
In the tax declarations, published on the nonprofit-monitoring the website of GuideStar in the Nov. 18, the Foundation acknowledged that it used money or assets in violation of the regulations, not only during 2015, but in the years before. But the submission of the tax Declaration does not provide details about the injuries.
Trump claimed on Twitter late Monday that his Foundation was run efficiently.
“The DJT Foundation, unlike most foundations, the tweeted never fees, rent, salaries or any costs paid,” the President-elect. “100% of the money charities goes wonderfully well.”