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Trump adviser to leave the White House

Trump adviser to leave the White House

Gorka reportedly plans to accept a new role that will focus on the "war of ideas" and Islamic extremism. White House sources painted the Hungarian adviser's move as a voluntary one, but it's hard to imagine Gorka-who, like Steve Bannon, was among the ideological misfits from the conspiratorial fringes that hopped on the Trump train early on-leaving on his own after managing to make his way to a seat next to the seat of power in Washington.

Members of the party frequently attended memorial ceremonies for WWII-era fascists, according to the report, and in 2008 a high-ranking captain called Jews "Zionist rats" and "locusts" and referred to "Zionist-Bolshevik genocide".

"As members of the U.S. Congress who care deeply about fighting anti-Semitism at home and overseas", the letter read.

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Gorka's position in the SIG was meant as only a temporary role, a source told the Washington Examiner. The official said the position would not be at the State Department.

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Gorka's alleged ties to the Nazi-linked Hungarian nationalist group Vitezi Rend had recently come under scrutiny, though he has denied any association. "I have never taken an oath of loyalty to the Vitez Rend." according to The Tablet.

This report has been changed to correct an error in the original version, which stated, wrongly, that the Jerusalem Post had removed Gorka from the roster of speakers for its upcoming NY conference, May 7.

The Examiner article, posted Sunday, says Gorka is on his way out.

But a CNN KFile review of Gorka's public comments throughout the presidential campaign shows that even after his work for Trump, the former Breitbart editor offered stinging critiques of his future boss's rhetoric on key foreign policy issues from terrorism to Russian Federation and China.

The Examiner reported Gorka may have lacked security clearance, which prevented him from fully performing his duties in his soon-to-be former White House role.

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