Remarks on the Resignation of James L. Jones, Jr., as National Security Adviser and the Appointment of Thomas E. Donilon as National Security Adviser

October 2010
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;10/8/2010, Special section p1
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The article presents the text of remarks delivered by U.S. President Barack Obama on October 8, 2010 on the resignation of James L. Jones, Jr. as National Security Adviser and the appointment of Thomas E. Donilon as his replacement. Obama commended Jones for accepting the position and his dedication to keep the U.S. safe. The president recognized the military service of Jones. He also acknowledged the experience of Donilon in the field of national security.


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