Trump Appoints Dr. Sebastian Gorka to National Safety Training Board

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The White Home announced Tuesday that President Donald Trump had appointed his former Deputy Assistant, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, to the National Safety Training Board.

“I’m deeply honored by this appointment, which displays true how critically the President takes his responsibility as Commander-in-Chief, his unerring loyalty to a former Deputy Assistant, and that The US First will now now not be stopped,” Gorka said in a press delivery to Breitbart News.

Gorka modified into nominated to a four-year time frame on the board that facets six presidential appointees among its 14 participants. The participants additionally consist of Pentagon officials and other cupboard-stage representatives.

The board modified into based by the National Safety Training Program (NSEP) in 1991, serving to coordinate national safety experts with a professional sources in larger training.

The mission of the NSEP attempts to have executive positions with a professional candidates.

Since leaving the White Home in August 2017, Gorka continued as a fierce defender of the president and his The US First agenda.

Gorka within the within the period in-between hosts the radio talk point to The US First which debuted in January 2019.

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