Mixed reports of Sebastian Gorka potentially leaving White House role

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 1, 2017 05:52

Sebastian Gorka, a senior adviser on counterterrorism to US President Donald Trump, was reported to be stepping down from his role in the White House, according to the New York Times on Sunday.

The Times report said that Gorka will "likely" be moved to a role outside the White House but still be part of the administration.

When questioned, Trump Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders reportedly said there was "nothing" to announce about Gorka.

According to Breitbart, however, multiple unnamed White House sources said that the reports were "incorrect."

Gorka's family has been accused of having ties to a far-Right and antisemitic group in Hungary, though he has rejected the accusations.


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