Trump considering 4 people for National Security Advisor role

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President Donald Trump on Friday (February 17) said he is considering four people to serve as his national security adviser, including Retired General Keith Kellogg.

“General Keith Kellogg, who I have known for a long time, is very much in play for NSA – as are three others,” Trump said in a tweet.

The president also said he was looking forward to his trip to South Carolina where he will visit the state’s Boeing plant.

Boeing, the world’s largest planemaker is rolling out the the first completed 787-10, the largest version of its Dreamliner.

Trump’s visit to Boeing comes on the heels of workers there defeating a bid to unionize the plant

Boeing Co handily defeated a union drive by workers at the company’s aircraft factory in South Carolina on Wednesday, as almost three-quarters of workers who voted rejected union representation. Any remarks Trump makes at the factory could bring into sharper focus his views on organized labor – a critical issue as he looks to cut regulations he says will bring more jobs back to the U.S.


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