UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – Nadia Schadlow, the first deputy adviser to the US president for national security, resigned. The corresponding statement was circulated by the representative of the White House Raj Shah.
He noted that America expressed Shadlaw for service and leadership qualities. According to Shah, at this post Shadlou made a great contribution to the formation of a national security strategy on the principle of “America first”. Shadlou will stay in office until April 27.
It is noted that the resignation of Shadlow may be associated with the arrival in the White House of the new presidential adviser for national security, John Bolton, who is recruiting a team.