Trump name of Bolton’s Deputy of national security adviser acts; Muslim-American group mocked choice

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A former member of the Reagan administration, in a senior Position with Boeing and Lockheed Martin on Tuesday was named to, the national security adviser after the departure of John Bolton.

Charles Kupperman, 68, is reported by the castle of the Trump administration as a Deputy national security adviser under Bolton in January, Business Insider.

White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said Kupperman would serve as a Deputy national security adviser, to President of the Trump name a permanent replacement for Bolton. Kupperman is allegedly closely with the Bolton’s hawkish approach to foreign policy and intervention, suggesting that his tenure may be as a Deputy national security adviser of short duration.


In January, Trump Kupperman ‘ s quotes “more than four decades of national security policy and program experience” when he appointed him first to his national security team, according to Business Insider.

At the time, said Bolton, in a White house statement, that “Charlie Kupperman has been an adviser to me after more than thirty years, during my tenure as National Security Advisor for President Trump. … Charlie’s extensive expertise in defense, arms control, and the air and space will help further President of the Trump national security agenda.”

The choice of the Kupperman was set, however, by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a leading Muslim civil rights group, called for Kupperman’s resignation, citing his nearly ten year tenure with the Center for Security Policy (CSP), the CAIR, which as an “anti-Muslim hate group.”

Kupperman was a member of the CSP board from 2001 to 2011. The group was founded by Frank Gaffney, Jr., another former member of the Reagan-adminsitraion, Business Insider reported. Critics have charged that the CSP promoted conspiracy theories, including the Muslim brotherhood infiltrated the US government and the “creeping Sharia” – a law is a threat to democracy.

Trump tweeted earlier on Tuesday that he fired Bolton because he “disagrees strongly” with Bolton’s proposals, a number of questions.


Bolton was trump’s fourth national security adviser in April 2018, replaced H. R. McMaster, who had been appointed to replace earlier in the administration, Michael Flynn. Keith Kellogg served as a Deputy Advisor between Flynn and the McMaster.

Bolton the distance comes after he was reportedly away from the high-level discussions on military involvement in Afghanistan after opponent’s diplomatic efforts in the region.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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