Craig Deare, a Donald Trump white house senior official appointee have been fired just a month after he was appointed to head the National Security Council’s Western Hemisphere division. Craig was fired because of his criticism of the Trump's administration about the rocky start with Mexico.
Craig was escorted out of the Executive building where he worked in Washington.
According to a White House official, Mr Craig is no longer with the NSC, and will return to his previously held position at the National Defence University.
The White House official pleaded anonymity, as the matter is not to be public, but according to current and former administration officials, his termination was linked to a speech on Wednesday the the Wilson centre, a Washington think tank.
Craig in the supposedly private speech criticised the Trump administration about his policies on Mexico, and their Latin America counterpart. Craig was frustrated as the current administration handles policies, and said that he was never consulted before the executive orders were signed.
Craig said that Donald Trump inner circle consisting of Steve Bannon, and his son-in-law did not consult with the NSC directorates to formulates its policies.
Craig Deare is not the only one outside of the loop, staffers at the state department have also expressed their frustration about how Trump inner circles take on diplomacy, with the current state visit of the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Nobody from the state department was involved in the talks, except Jared Kushner, who had little or no diplomatic experience, and also had more responsibilities than the secretary of state, Rex Tillerson.
Craig allegedly also praised the daughter of the President, Ivanka Trump's look.
Craig Deare is the second senior official of the NSC to leave office under a week. Trump National security adviser also left his position after he was exposed to be discussing sanction with Russia, and lied about it to the Vice-president, Mike Pence.