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Factbox: Trump's new national security adviser, in his own words

Reuters Wednesday, 18 September 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump named Robert O'Brien on Wednesday as his latest White House national security adviser, picking a lawyer who has worked to secure the release of hostages to replace John Bolton, with whom Trump parted acrimoniously.
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News video: President Trump Introduces New National Security Adviser Before Leaving LA

President Trump Introduces New National Security Adviser Before Leaving LA 03:45

The president introduced Robert O'Brien on the tarmac at LAX after wrapping up his fundraising trip with a breakfast event. Kara Finnstrom reports.

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