Fred Fleitz, who has served as John Bolton’s National Security Council chief of staff, is leaving the White House to head the Center for Security Policy, a Washington-based think tank.
Fleitz will assume the role of CEO and president, taking over from the group’s longtime chief Frank J. Gaffney, who served in the Reagan Defense Department. Gaffney will take on the new role of the Center’s Executive Chairman.
Fleitz will rejoin the center on Nov. 1 to begin the leadership transition.
He will resume his prominent role in the print, broadcast, and social media. A frequent commentator on Fox News, Newsmax, and other outlets, he has been an outspoken advocate of President Donald Trump’s security and defense policies.
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