USA media: Trump to fire national security adviser
USA media: Trump to fire national security adviser
Nobody knows anything: Why White House shakeup stories are, well, shaky
18 March, 2018, 01:56
President Donald Trump has chose to fire his NationalSecurity Advisor Lt. Gen HR McMaster and is scouting to find a replacement before the planned high-profile North Korea meetings, according to United States media reports.
The White House is not planning any "immediate personnel changes" and is focused on work, chief of staff John Kelly has assured President Donald Trump's senior staff, amid a flurry of recent departures of top officials that have jolted the Trump administration.
White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders denied the reports during a media briefing on Friday. He fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson via Twitter this week.
The White House has confirmed that President Trump is negotiating with different countries on possible new US tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum.
With speculation about Mr McMaster's future growing, Ms Sanders gave a vote of confidence to the national security adviser, saying that she had spoken to the President the night before and no changes were coming.
The fact that the comments were made, even if off-the-record, to a room full of reporters and White House officials stunned The Beast's sources, especially given the fact that Kelly is regarded as "one of the more mature members of Trump's top brass".
But the president is privately weighing more changes, expressing frustration with certain advisers and considering possible replacements.
Kelly reportedly told the group that Tillerson, who had contracted a stomach bug during an African diplomatic trip, was using a toilet when the chief of staff told him the news. Trump personal assistant John McEntee was removed from his job and escorted off White House grounds - then quickly handed a job on Trump's re-election campaign. He has told confidants he wants to rid himself of staffers who hold him back.
McMaster is not expected to be ousted immediately, the Post reported.
According to four people with knowledge of White House deliberations, Mr Trump is moving toward replacing national security adviser HR McMaster but has not settled on exact timing or a successor.
Their joint statement said there was "no plausible alternative explanation" to Russian Federation being to blame for the attack. May says the March 4 attack on Sergei Skripal is a "flagrant breach of global law and the chemical weapons convention".
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Its diplomatic mission in Pyongyang, which opened in 1975, was the first Western embassy established in the country. When the North Korean foreign minister has a meeting with Kim Jong-Un, it's treated in a different way.
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Trump called it "something that should never, ever happen, and we're taking it very seriously, as I think are many others". He claimed the U.S. move was created to coincide with Russia's presidential election on Sunday.
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