DoD Removes Kissinger, Albright From Policy Board


henry kissinger sits and talksFormer Secretary of State and National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger attends the ceremony for the Henry A. Kissinger Prize on Jan. 21, 2020, in Berlin, Germany. (Adam Berry/Getty Images)

The Department of Defense has removed several members of its Defense Policy Board, including two former secretaries of state and a former house majority leader, Foreign Policyreports. 

Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright, Eric Cantor, David McCormick and Rudy de Leon were among the 11 notable advisers to be removed from the board earlier this week.

''As part of long-considered changes, we can confirm that several members of the Department’s Defense Policy Board have been removed,'' an official said.

''I am grateful to the departing board members, many of whom have served for decades. As we adapt the Department for great power competition, I look forward to naming new board members in the coming days,'' the official added



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