WASHINGTON (AP) — Another high-ranking National Security Council staffer is leaving the White House as new National Security Adviser John Bolton makes his mark.
Nadia Schadlow tendered her resignation in a letter Tuesday. It’s effective April 27.
The deputy national security adviser for strategy was a confidante of ex-National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and oversaw the president’s first National Security Strategy document.
White House spokesman Raj Shah says the administration...