Yesterday Donald Trump made the decision of firing his national security adviser, Herbert McMaster. McMaster has been replaced by John Bolton, who previously worked for President George W. Bush.
On Twitter Donald Trump wrote that he is grateful to McMaster for his services and said he had a “remarkable activity”.
“I am happy to announce that starting with April 4, John Bolton will be my new national security adviser. Thank you to General H.R. McMaster who did an excellent job and he will forever remain my friend.” Donald Trump posted on Twitter.
This happens one week after Donald Trump fired State Secretary Rex Tillerson, whom was replaced by Mike Pompeo, the former director of the CIA. This happened before a possible summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, the leader of North Korea.
Starting with next month, John Robert Bolton, Fox News analyst and former U.S.A. ambassador to the United Nations will begin his new job as the national security adviser.
John Bolton, 69 years old, will be the third national security adviser to serve under Donald Trump.
John Bolton was previously part of the Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush administrations. He supported military intervention in Iraq, Iran and North Korea.