President Donald Trump has lost another top administration official as hard-liner's consolidate their grip in the West Wing, Politico reported Friday.
Jennifer Arangio, a former senior director in the National Security Counsil, was "let go" and "escorted off the premises" according to Politico's sources.
"We don’t comment on personnel," a NSC spokesperson said.
Since John Bolton took over as National Security Advisor, the NSC has also seen the departures of chief of staff Keith Kellogg, homeland security advisor Tom Bossert, spokesman Michael Anton, and Middle East section officials Joel Rayburn and Michael Bell.
"The former White House official said Arangio's just-the-facts approach put her at odds with top Trump aide Stephen Miller, an immigration hardliner, and others involved with the Domestic Policy Council, especially on the issue of refugees," Politico reported. "Arangio also has had some friction with Mira Ricardel, Bolton's hard-edged deputy, according to the former NSC official and the former White House official."
"She has fought to correct misleading information about refugees and migrants provided to the president by Miller and the DPC," the former White House official explained.