Trump made a decision to sack McMaster, says report

Randolph Lopez
March 21, 2018

The White House has pushed back against rumors of a staff purge and insisted that reports of tumult and imminent departures are overblown.

The Post said some in the White House were hesitant to remove Mr. McMaster until he had "a promotion to four-star rank or other comfortable landing spot".

Such is the concern among White House employees about job security that Chief of Staff John Kelly on Friday assured Trump aides that no immediate personnel changes were in the works, Sanders told reporters on Friday.

President Donald Trump's top economic adviser resigned over a policy dispute, the secretary of state he long clashed with was sacked and a slew of top aides headed for the exits.

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The electronic version of the Washington Post reported on Thursday that Trump has chose to strip H.R. McMaster of his position as the National Security Adviser.

Citing five people with knowledge of the plans, the Post said Trump was considering several possible replacements, including former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton and Keith Kellogg, the chief of staff of the National Security Council. The president is enjoying the process of assessing his team and making changes, tightening his inner circle to those he considers survivors and who respect his unconventional style, one senior White House official said... And veterans affairs secretary David Shulkin, under fire for ethics violations, appears to be grasping to keep his job.

"Due to the ongoing turnover we've seen thus far in the Trump Administration, no member on this list can feel particularly safe in their position", BetDSI said in a statement on the 24 Trump officials it gave odds for.

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