Searching for a new national security adviser

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump will have to pick someone else for national security adviser, now that Vice Admiral Robert Harward has said no.

Harward states personal reasons, saying, “I’m in a unique position finally after being in the military for 40 years to enjoy some personal time.”

National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was forced to resign earlier this week after not being completely forthcoming to the vice president about his communications with Russia.

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