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Homeland security adviser steps down

Homeland security adviser steps down

"Together, we captured your vision for a strong and confident America and developed your America First National Security Strategy-which turned that vision into a strategic direction for your Administration", Schadlow wrote in her resignation letter to the president.

Schadlow added: "As Ambassador Bolton starts as National Security Advisor and he names his own leadership team, I am happy to help with the transition".

Homeland security adviser Thomas Bossert left his post Tuesday and National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton resigned Sunday.

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Schadlow is the third security official to leave the White House since John Bolton replaced Gen.

So far this year, the president has changed his secretary of state, national security adviser, veterans affairs secretary, Central Intelligence Agency director, chief economic adviser, staff secretary, communications director and members of his legal team.

Schadlow was promoted to deputy national security adviser for strategy in January following the departure of Dina Powell, a former NSC official and Goldman Sachs executive, and was a key author of the president's National Security Strategy document, which laid out Trump's national security goals and approach. "The president feels he's done a great job and wishes him the best as he moves forward".

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Bossert's most prominent role at the White House came after a series of devastating hurricanes hit several U.S. states and Puerto Rico last fall, when Bossert served as the White House's point person for the emergency response and rebuilding efforts.

His departure comes after a list of others among Cabinet officials and top West Wing aides, most recently the firing of Veterans' Affairs chief David Shulkin and the resignation of Hope Hicks as communications director. The NSC's human resources department has reportedly asked high-level staffers to submit their resumes if they're not already in the system.

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