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President Donald Trump’s administration is in the midst of a shakeup, with the departures of several senior staffers, with two resignations and a potential resignation from the national security team.

According to the New York Times, Trump is set to appoint a new National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, who is also a former Defense Intelligence Agency chief, to replace Michael Flynn.

The Trump administration will also have to deal with the resignation of Defense Secretary James Mattis and the resignations of several other senior staffers including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster.

The resignations have been widely seen as a sign of Trump’s weakness in the administration.

Mattis is being replaced by Mike Pompeos son, Joseph.

Mattis has been a frequent critic of the president.

In addition to the departure of McMaster, Trump has been forced to deal directly with a wide range of other senior administration officials who have resigned in the past week, including National Security adviser Keith Kellogg, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke and Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney.

Trump’s national security adviser, Gen. H. R. McMaster, left, and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, right, leave the White, following a meeting in the Oval Office, Friday, June 15, 2021, in Washington.

The White House confirmed Friday that the former National Security Council chief has resigned.

(AP Photo/J.

Scott Applewhite) McMaster is a staunch supporter of Trump, as well as his chief strategist Steve Bannon, and McMaster’s successor is Steve Bannon.

He has been described as a hard-liner and is a vocal critic of both Bannon and Trump.

The White House said Bannon and McMaster are expected to be the next national security officials to leave the administration, and that the White’s staff is considering the possibility of having the next White House national security official in place by the end of the week.

The administration’s new chief of staff, John Kelly, who was also a senior advisor to Trump, will remain on the National Security team.

The resignation of Flynn has been viewed by some analysts as a possible sign of the Trump administration’s weakness, and some analysts have said that Trump could be tempted to sack the national intelligence director as a way to protect Flynn, but that is not what is happening.

According to Fox News, the Trump White House is working on a plan to replace Flynn, which will include giving him a raise.

According to the report, the plan will be presented to Trump at his first press conference after his inauguration as president on Friday.

Trump and McMaster have been embroiled in a bitter feud over the past month, as Trump has accused McMaster of leaking information to the press and has called him a liar.

Trump is also unhappy that McMaster has publicly questioned the president’s loyalty and that he is now trying to oust him.


Fox News reported that McMaster had spoken to Flynn before he took the job, and said that he had expressed concerns about his future in the Trump-led administration.

Trump has previously called McMaster a “weak” and a “failing” national security aide, but McMaster has defended himself against accusations of leaking.

“I’m a national security advisor.

I’m not a national intelligence chief.

I don’t think that is the right word for that position,” McMaster said.

“The President said so.

I think he’s right.”

According to a report from Politico, Trump called McMaster and told him that he wants him out of the administration immediately.

“He said, ‘I want you out immediately,’ ” the source told Politico.

“He said he wants you out of there right now.”

In the meantime, the administration has been looking to hire a permanent national security director, a position that Trump is considering filling.

The Associated Press reports that Trump’s White House has said that the administration will be considering whether to hire James Mattis, the military veteran who is currently the National security adviser.

Mattis is currently being held in custody in Maryland.

The Associated Press reported that Trump told reporters that he wanted to “move forward with” the appointment of a permanent security director.

Mattis was previously considered for the job after serving as the director of the Defense Intelligence agency, but Trump said he wanted someone who had military experience.

The AP report adds that Mattis is expected to arrive at the White Houses office in Washington, D.C., Friday afternoon.