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Rosie Gray is a staff writer at The Atlantic.
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Swell of Protest as Administration Shifts Story on Family Separations

June 19, 2018 The Trump administration struggled to contain the fallout as outrage over migrant children being separated from their parents at the border accelerated on Monday. As more and more disturbing stories and images have come out in recent days showing the children’s plight, the administration has been unable to get its...

Peter Thiel Turns Down a Senior Intelligence Role

November 30, 2017 The PayPal cofounder and billionaire investor Peter Thiel recently withdrew his name from consideration to lead the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board, according to two sources with direct knowledge of what happened. Thiel informed the White House of his decision earlier this month, said one of the sources. Both spoke on...

An Ousted NSC Official Is Joining the House Intelligence Committee Staff

September 12, 2017 A former National Security Council official, forced out by National-Security Adviser H.R. McMaster in July, is set to join the staff of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, according to two sources familiar with his move. Derek Harvey, who was the NSC’s senior director for the Middle East and...

An NSC Staffer Is Forced Out Over a Controversial Memo

August 2, 2017 A top official of the National Security Council was fired last month after arguing in a memo that President Trump is under sustained attack from subversive forces both within and outside the government who are deploying Maoist tactics to defeat President Trump’s nationalist agenda. His dismissal marks the latest victory...

NATO, Meet Donald Trump

May 25, 2017 BRUSSELS — Is NATO really that afraid of Donald Trump? Trump’s first foreign trip as president has so far gone smoothly, and even predictably. At a time when his administration is mired in scandals at home, his journey abroad has been mostly incident-free, including meetings with world leaders in Saudi...

What to Make of Bannon's Exit From the NSC

April 5, 2017 President Trump took office with an unconventional pick as National Security Adviser, and an unusual structure for his National Security Council. Now, both are gone. White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s removal from the principals’ committee of the National Security Council on Wednesday may signal a shift towards normalcy for...