Kellogg has been working closely with Trump adviser Flynn, advising the Trump campaign on matters relating to foreign policy and national security.
Monica Crowley, the online opinion editor at The Washington Times, has been tapped to be senior communications strategist for national security in the new Trump White House, the transition team announced Thursday.
Crowley worked for former President Ronald Reagan from 1990 until 1994 and later wrote several books about him. Crowley's contract with Fox News had been terminated following her appointment to Trump's cabinet, a spokesperson confirmed to International Business Times.
Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, a retired Army officer who was involved in rebuilding Iraq after the United States invaded the country during the Bush Administration, will serve as the National Security Council's chief of staff and executive secretary. She has authored Nixon off the Record, Nixon in Winter, and What the (Bleep) Just Happened. So, who is Monica Crowley?
She is also a former member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
CROWLEY said, "I am deeply honored, humbled and grateful to be asked by the President-elect to join the extraordinary national security team he is assembling".
Crowley has always been a Trump supporter. He is also committed to selecting the best people for the jobs of keeping the American people safe and the country secure.
Crowley has repeatedly criticized President Barack Obama and Democrat Hillary Clinton, especially for not using the term "radical Islamic terrorism".
In the Obama White House, Ben Rhodes serves in a similar role but is known as the 'Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speechwriting'.