The rumblings about more potential changes in the Trump administration proved to be true on Sunday with the ouster of deputy national security adviser, K.T. McFarland.
According to a report on Bloomberg, the Wisconsin native and former Fox News contributor was asked to relinquish her position. McFarland will now become the U.S. Ambassador to Singapore.
Trump’s National Security Council has been in a flux basically since the start with the resignation of Michael Flynn in February. At that time, it was reported that McFarland was asked to stay on by the president.
This move comes on the heels of White House strategist Steve Bannon being removed from the NSC a few days ago.
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