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Another high-ranking member of Trump's National Security Council resigns following John Bolton appointment

Independent Wednesday, 11 April 2018
Mr Bolton is less than a week into his tenure as national security adviser
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Two days after becoming Donald Trump's third national security adviser, John Bolton is already cleaning house. On Wednesday, top national security official Nadia Schadlow resigned, making her the third to leave the administration following Bolton's arrival. In addition, the NSC's chief spokesperson...

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