REPORT: Trump reveals short list for next national security adviser

WashingtonPost:

ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE — President Donald Trump says he’s now considering five people to replace ousted National Security Adviser John Bolton.

Trump tells reporters that his short-list for the critical post is made up of Robert O’Brien, Ric Waddell, Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty, Fred Fleitz and Keith Kellogg.

The article goes on to state the following:

O’Brien is currently the special presidential envoy for hostage affairs. Waddell served as Trump’s deputy national security adviser. Fleitz is a Bolton ally who served as executive secretary of the NSC last year. Gordon-Hagerty is the Energy Department’s undersecretary for nuclear security. And Kellogg is the national security adviser to Vice President Mike Pence.

In another article, the Washington Post notes: “The list includes current and former members of his administration, but no household names.”

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