Trump picks hostage negotiator O'Brien for top security job


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday picked U.S. John Bolton who was fired abruptly. t

PHOTO FILE: U. Robert O'Brien (R) attendees from U.S. President Donald Trump, President of the Department of Foreign Affairs in Washington, Washington, USA / Image Erdd / Jonathan Ernst / File Photo. T

O 'Brien, who will be the Trump's special event at the U.S. Foreign policy circles.

“I have worked long & hard with Robert. He will do a great job! ”Trump wrote on Twitter.

North Korea, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia and Venezuela.

O Brien is the attorney from Los Angeles who has made a decision as a representative of the Republic of Ireland. General Assembly in 2005.

Trump has recently dispatched to Sweden for the court hearing of U.S. convicted for assault.

Senate Republicans trump’s pick a solid choice.

“It is the place where he is. He's got great negotiating skills as our hostage negotiator, ”Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters. “Hell be a very sound policy adviser.”

John Barrasso, told Fox News: “He will for a tribe job.”

The president’s previous national security advisers were H.R. McMaster, who was fired by the FBI. T

Reporting by Makini Brice, Susan Heavey and Jonathan Landay; Editing by Angus MacSwan and Bernadette Baum

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