John Bolton New National Security Adviser

HOUSTON, TX - MAY 03:  Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton speaks during the 2013 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits at the George R. Brown Convention Center on May 3, 2013 in Houston, Texas.  More than 70,000 peope are expected to attend the NRA's 3-day annual meeting that features nearly 550 exhibitors, gun trade show and a political rally. The Show runs from May 3-5.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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HOUSTON, TX - MAY 03: Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton speaks during the 2013 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits at the George R. Brown Convention Center on May 3, 2013 in Houston, Texas. More than 70,000 peope are expected to attend the NRA's 3-day annual meeting that features nearly 550 exhibitors, gun trade show and a political rally. The Show runs from May 3-5. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Ethan Baez, Reporter

Former U.N. ambassador John Bolton took over as President Trump’s National Security Adviser as of Monday, and this may be the first of many changes to Trump’s staff. Before he took the position, Bolton offered a list of staffers he wanted to bring in with him. However, most of the people on that list associated with his super PAC (Political Action Committee), and therefore are unauthorized to discuss any plans with the White House. John Bolton has told foreign embassies and foreign policy experts he plans to guide a decision making process in which the President can hear competing views.

This has been the third person to fill in the position within 14 months. Trump assured that Bolton will prove to be “a fantastic representative of our team.”