Florida: Lt. General H. R. McMaster has been appointed Donald Trump as his new national security adviser on 20 February, helping to remove compete hold of Islamist militants in Iraq.
The 45th United States president made public his announcement at his Mar-a-Lago resort during his meeting with candidates over the holiday weekend replacing Michael T. Flynn.
Army Lt. Gen. McMaster is a West Point graduate, earned award of the Silver Star during the Gulf War, has elected by the current United States president his new national security adviser by replacing Michael Flynn, who announced his resignation about seven days ago after the disclosure that hje tried to mislead the Vice President Mike Pence regarding his talks with Russia.
McMaster will be meeting with retired generals as United States Marine Corps general James Mattis, the secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly.
Trump discovered him suitable for this job as McMaster showed all time best by working in intelligence circles and his counter-insurgency strategies was considered praiseworthy during actions against terrorists who took hold of the city of Tal Afar in 2005.
McMaster comes out the 26th but current United States National Security Advisor has received critical acclaim at the prosecution of the Vietnam War for his Ph.D. thesis that was later published as book.
Apparently Donald Trump has concerns regarding US security reason why continues his dependence on high-ranking military officers, although current United States Secretary of Defense, Mattis is a retired four-star general, Mr. Flynn is a retired three-star general, and John F. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, is a retired Marine general.
Nonetheless, Lt. General H. R. McMaster will remain on active duty, although the 54-year-old military commander was believed perfect for war against terrorists in Iraq as his tremendous counter-terrorism policies was credit in past.