Trump's homeland security adviser resigns

Added On April 11, 2018

Tom Bossert, U.S. President Donald Trump's homeland security adviser, resigned on Tuesday.
It came as Trump's new national security adviser John Bolton is reshaping the national security team.
Bossert led the administration's efforts to protect the homeland from terrorist threats, strengthen cyber defenses, and respond to a series of natural disasters that have occurred across the country over the past year or so. 
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump "thanks him for his patriotic service and wishes him well," but she did not give a reason for Bossert's departure.   
Bossert, who previously served in George W. Bush's administration, was tapped to be assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism in December, 2016. 
Bossert's resignation is in the latest high-level departure from the White House after the replacement of the secretary of state last month.