Trump names hostage negotiator as national security adviser
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump says he plans to name hostage negotiator Robert O'Brien to be his new national security adviser.
Trump tweeted Wednesday that he has "worked long & hard" with O'Brien and that "he will do a great job!"
Trump's announcement about O'Brien comes a week after he ousted John Bolton from the national security adviser's post, citing policy disagreements.
Bolton was Trump's third national security adviser.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Spas and bars reopen in Baton Rouge as Phase 2 begins
Tail end of high speed police pursuit captured on DOTD camera
State will look to enforce 'phase 2' rules starting Friday
Assumption Parish prepares for potential Cristobal flooding with sandbags, emergency plan
Decisions on LSU fall football season to be made in July