As one of the Forward reporters responsible recently for a series of critical stories on Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counterterrorism adviser, I would like to publicly thank Gorka for one of his high-profile comments yesterday.
The apparent fall from grace of Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counterterrorism adviser, raises larger questions about the future of the controversial ideology he was pushing in and outside the White House.
President Trump’s top counter-terrorism advisor, Sebastian Gorka, may soon be out.
Despite lengthy exposes about his past associations with right-wing extremists in Hungary, Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s increasingly embattled counter-terrorism advisor, is no Nazi, an in-depth new profile of the White House aide concludes.
New research by the Forward has revealed that presidential adviser Sebastian Gorka’s explicit association with the Vitézi Rend, a far-right Hungarian group that is on a U.S. State Department watch list, goes back much further than previously known.
At least 18 Democratic House members have signed a letter to President Trump demanding that he fire Sebastian Gorka, his top counter-terrorism aide, due to Gorka’s affiliations or work with anti-Semitic organizations and individuals.
As President Trump’s top counter-terrorism advisor, Sebastian Gorka would ordinarily be privy to some of the nation’s most sensitive national security secrets to do his job. But three months into his job, despite Gorka’s own public references to being on the inside, where classified information is discussed, it remains unclear whether the deputy assistant to the president actually has access to any of it.
Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counter-terrorism adviser, is once again facing disdain from Middle East experts—this time over a reported plan he advanced to partition Libya.
The battle between the right-wing and mainstream press over presidential aide Sebastian Gorka, just intensified.