REPORT: Deputy national security adviser resigns on Bolton’s third day (video)

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White House deputy national security adviser for strategy Nadia Schadlow has resigned amid newly-installed John Bolton’s ongoing shake-up of the National Security Council.

Sources told Fox News that Schadlow submitted her letter of resignation on Tuesday and discussed her transition with Bolton, who started this week as President Trump’s new national security adviser. Her last day at the White House will be April 27.

The article went on to state the following:

Schadlow was hired by former national security adviser H.R. McMaster to lead the drafting of the National Security Strategy report, which was completed and released in December.

Schadlow wrote in her resignation letter, “I was proud to work with LTG H.R. McMcaster and the National Security Council team. 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. And I am particularly proud that you were able to submit your NSS to Congress earlier than any previous administration… on time and under budget!”

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

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