Replace Flynn: Reuters has named the possible new Advisor to trump on national security

Vice-Admiral Robert Harvard can become the new Advisor to the President for national security after the resignation of Michael Flynn.

About it reports Reuters referring to own sources.

According to unnamed officials, it’s unclear if the Admiral’s offer. Harvard held the posts of Deputy commander of the Joint special operations command, U.S. and inter-service command of the U.S. Armed forces, Deputy commander of Central command.

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We will add that earlier among potential candidates was also a retired General David Petraeus, former CIA Director.

We will remind, the adviser of the President of the United States Donald trump on national security, Michael Flynn, resigned. It is reported by CNN, citing sources in the White house.

In his statement on the dismissal Flynn pointed out that “not fully informed Vice-President Mike Pence and others about his conversations with the Russian Ambassador”.

“I sincerely apologized to the President and Vice President, they accepted my apology,” — said in a statement. Acting in this position appointed a retired General Keith Kellogg.