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May 1, 2017 9:54 am

Sebastian Gorka to Leave White House Position, Sources Say

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Sebastian Gorka with President Donald Trump. Photo: Facebook.

JNS.org – Sebastian Gorka, a controversial adviser to President Donald Trump, will reportedly leave his White House post this summer for an appointment to a federal agency.

According to two sources, Gorka’s new role within the administration will deal with the “war of ideas” in countering radical Islamic extremism and will manifest in an appointment to a federal agency, the Washington Examiner reported.

A former Breitbart News editor born to Hungarian parents in the UK, Gorka — who has served as deputy assistant to the president — has come under fire for his ties with the Hungarian far-right group Vitézi Rend, which has historical links with Nazism and antisemitism.

Gorka has served as both a national security adviser and on the Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG), an organization within the White House. Yet Gorka reportedly failed to get National Security Council clearance.

A source told the Washington Examiner that Gorka’s role on the SIG was “temporary,” and suggested Gorka had been placed there while Trump administration officials created a terrorism-related position for him elsewhere.

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