Friday, February 17, 2017

Robert Harward Rejects Trump's Offer To Become Next National Security Advisor

At Zero Hedge by Tyler Durden -- 

Update: With Bloomberg's third report, it now appears confirmed that Harward is officially out:

Robert Harward, a retired U.S. Navy vice admiral, turned down President Donald Trump’s offer to become national security adviser, officials said, just days after the resignation of Michael Flynn following revelations he misled administration officials over his contact with Russia.

Harward, the chief executive of Lockheed Martin United Arab Emirates, who served on the National Security Council under former President George W. Bush, informed Trump Thursday about his decision not to take the job, according to the two administration officials, who requested anonymity because the offer wasn’t made public.

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