Trump names new national security adviser

The president selected Robert O'Brien, his fourth national security adviser, to replace John Bolton.
0:39 | 09/18/19

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Good morning George as we have breaking news out of the White House president trump today. Naming his fourth national security advisor replacing John Bolton who got forced out last week. The new guy Robert O'Brien is his name he is the state department's hostage envoys been working with countries around the world and families in the United States he's close. To secretary of state. Mike Pompeo that's something John Bolton wasn't and clearly has the confidence. Of the president. He is taking on a difficult role with problems in Iran and around the world but the new national security advisor. Robert O'Brien president Trump's fourth he's the first president to name that many that fast.

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