President of the United States Donald trump named his new national security adviser. About this he wrote in his Twitter.
This post is a former permanent US representative to the UN John Bolton. To work he will start on 9 April, said in a tweet.
Bolton will replace on a post of General Herbert McMaster, of the imminent departure which previously said the American leader. It was noted that the President was dissatisfied with “too rigid approach of the [McMaster] and his long, irrelevant briefings”.
Sources in the White house reported The Washington Post, that the post of adviser, in addition to Bolton, considered Keith Kellogg, Executive Secretary of the Council for national security.
Bolton represented the country at the UN in 2005-2006. In 2016, he also claimed for the position of Secretary of state.