Intel Days after he was announced as Vice President Mike Pence’s new national security adviser, Republican strategist and pollster Jon Lerner stepped down from the position, @margbrennan reports. 16/04/2018 No comment Days after he was announced as Vice President Mike Pence's new national security adviser, Republican strategist and pollster Jon Lerner stepped down from the position, @margbrennan reports. https://t.co/f55NkXu1RP pic.twitter.com/sHtYkpeXQb — CBS News (@CBSNews) April 16, 2018 Source: Twitter Share this:ShareEmailPrintTweetWhatsAppTelegramShare on Tumblr Related Tags: Post navigation Previous Previous post: Chemical weapons watchdog group says Russian, Syrian officials blocked access to scene of suspected attack.Next Next post: NEW: Sen. John McCain “underwent surgery to treat an intestinal infection related to diverticulitis,” his office says; the senator is in stable condition. Related Posts “When Sergei V. Skripal got poisoned, this was very serious for them,” said a resident of a Russian town where locals are protesting against a landfill. “When a city of 40,000 gets poisoned, they don’t care.” By Robert Williams 08/04/2018 .@DefenseIntel keeping close eye on #Russia-#China joint exercises – #Vostok – aiming to get better understanding of “How did they fight it? How did they mobilize?” per Dir LtGen Robert Ashley at @CSIS By Robert Williams 18/09/2018 DISA’s Acropolis fortifies DOD’s Information Network, adapts to ever-changing adversaries By Robert Williams 04/10/2018 You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.