The white house has named candidates on a post of the adviser of the US President on national security
Press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer announced negotiations of US President Donald trump with the candidates for the post of national security adviser — they will be held on 19 February. About it reports Reuters.
Among the candidates — acting as adviser to the President for national security Keith Kellogg, former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton, Lieutenant-General Herbert McMaster, head of the Military Academy at West point Robert Caslen.
Recall, the former national security Advisor, Michael Flynn, resigned after he was suspected of disinformation colleagues on his talks with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak. Mr. Flynn admitted that he had discussed with Mr Kisliak the subject of sanctions, though earlier and in the White house and the Kremlin is categorically denied. Later it became known that Michael Flynn can be prosecuted for perjury by the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI).