Trump was disappointed in Flynn’s successor, reported Bloomberg
MOSCOW, may 9 — RIA Novosti. The President of the United States Donald trump is unhappy with the national security adviser Herbert McMaster, received the position after the dismissal of Michael Flynn, informs Agency Bloomberg with reference to sources in the White house.
According to the Agency, trump unhappy with the fact that McMaster is trying to read him a lecture on politics and does not speak during briefings. Sources claim that the conflict between the President and the Advisor happened in front of other members of the administration.
In addition, the adviser of the us President Steve Bannon’m sure McMaster is trying to “trick” to push trump to political actions that are contrary to his election promises, noted Bloomberg.
Another Agency source said that one of the last conflicts between trump and McMaster occurred in connection with the situation on the Korean Peninsula. According to the interlocutor of the edition, the US President was furious when he read in the newspaper the Wall Street Journal about the conversation his Advisor with the government of South Korea. He allegedly told Seoul that the statements of trump’s refusal to pay for a new missile system are not the official position of the White house. After that, trump chastised McMaster, saying that he prevents him to force Seoul to pay the costs of defense alone.
The White house denied the existence of any contradictions between the President and his Advisor. On Sunday, the press service of the administration published a statement in which trump has expressed confidence in the subordinate and noted that he was doing “a fantastic job”.
Herbert McMaster became an adviser to the U.S. President for national security after the resignation of Michael Flynn, who left office amid allegations of failure to disclose the content of their conversations with the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak. Media with reference to intelligence agencies claimed that Flynn discussed with the diplomat the possibility of lifting anti-Russian sanctions.