The Wall Street Journal: Trump to name Douglas Fears as White House homeland security adviser

President Donald Trump on Friday will name Rear Adm. Douglas Fears as his new homeland security adviser, the latest reshuffling to occur within the White House National Security Council, according to an administration official.

The move comes nearly two months after Tom Bossert was abruptly ousted as Trump’s White House homeland security adviser after National Security Council staff complained about Bossert’s management and lengthy meetings, according to people familiar with the matter. Bossert left after John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, took over as national security adviser and moved to consolidate power, the people said.

Adm. Fears, who has spent more than 30 years serving in the U.S.

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