Trump's plan to remove McMaster wasn't true â until it was
WASHINGTON (AP) — It wasn't true, it wasn't true — until it was.
Thursday's announcement that National Security Adviser H.R McMaster will be the latest top aide to leave the White House spotlights President Donald Trump's mercurial decision-making when it comes to staffing the top ranks of government.
Trump will discuss. Consider. Float. Leak. But nothing's decided until it's decided.
His personnel moves materialize in fits and starts — at once both glacial and impulsive. In the White House, they're called "long-term snap decisions."
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