Out of everyone considered for a White House position, few are more deserving and/or more needed than our long-time PolitiChicks friend, Frank Gaffney. For many years Frank has been alerting America about everything from civilization Jihad to the dangers of EMP attack on our weak electric grid.
Former Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers, who was dismissed Tuesday from President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team, was replaced by former Reagan administration official Frank Gaffney, according to news reports.
Gaffney, 63, who is a Newsmax contributor, established the nonprofit Center for Security Policy in Washington in 1988. His naming to the Trump team was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.
Under President Ronald Reagan, Gaffney served in the Defense Department as assistant secretary of defense for International Security Policy.
He also was deputy assistant secretary of defense for Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy under Assistant Secretary Richard Perle.
Rogers, former House Intelligence Committee chairman, was being considered for CIA director, the Journal reported.