Vice Admiral of the U.S. Navy refused to become an adviser to trump
Photo: Reuters, Vice Admiral US Navy retired Robert Harvard
Robert Harvard refused to take the post of Advisor to Donald trump on national security.
Vice Admiral US Navy retired Robert Harvard refused to take the post of adviser to the President of the United States Donald trump on national security. It is reported CBS News citing sources.
According to them, Harvard refused the post because of disputes with the administration of trump in relation to the staffing of the security Council. Harvard demanded his own team, was not accepted by the White house.
As reported Корреспондент.netthis week, Michael Flynn left his post as adviser to the U.S. President for homeland security. It was reported that Flynn gave the wrong information to White house officials about their conversations with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation on sanctions .
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