Trump will appoint Thomas Bossert Advisor for combating terrorism

In the administration of George W. Bush Bossert was Deputy Advisor for homeland security

The US President-elect Donald trump announced Tuesday that its adviser on security and counter-terrorism will be Thomas Bossert, who served as the Deputy Advisor for homeland security under President George W. Bush.

Bossert will occupy the highest position in the administration in the fight against terrorism. He currently heads a consulting company for risk assessment, and is a research associate of the analytical center “Atlantic Council”, focusing on cyber threats.