Born on March 25, 1975, Tom Bossert is an American lawyer and Republican White House Staffer, who served as the Homeland Security Advisor to President Donald Trump until his resignation on April 10, 2018 at the request of the new appointed National Security Advisor, John Bolton. For more information, read the article below.
Before Fame: He attended University of Pittsburgh and George Washington University.
Tom Bossert Ethnicity/Religion
Born on March 25, 1975, Tom attended University of Pittsburgh where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics and George Washington University Law School where he earned JD in 2003.
Tom Bossert Affair/Wife/Married
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Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Thomas P. Bossert
- Nicknames: Tom
- Birthday: March 25, 1975
- Age: 43 years old
- Birthplace: United States
- Current Residence: United States
- Education: University of Pittsburgh, George Washington University
- Profession: Lawyer
- Political Party: Republican
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: White
- Religion: Not Available at the moment
- Zodiac: Aries
- Spouse/Wife: Not Available at the moment
- Children: Not Available at the moment
- Net Worth: Not Available at the moment
- Height: Not Available at the moment
- Weight: Not Available at the moment
- Feet Size: Not Available at the moment
- Dress Size: Not Available at the moment
- Shoe Size: Not Available at the moment
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- He served as Homeland Security Advisor to President Donald Trump until his resignation on April 10, 2018.
- Following the end of the Bush administration, Bossert was made a Nonresident Zurich Cyber Risk Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Security Initiative, a position he held until 2016.
- In July 2017, a British hacker spear-phished Bossert into thinking he was Jared Kushner by sending an email to Bossert.
- On April 10, 2018, Bossert resigned at the request of the newly appointed National Security Advisor, John R. Bolton.
The policy issue is this: the TSA should focus less on big data commercial background checks of passengers, which have proven unpopular and unreliable, and more time on securing flights by screening passengers for weapons and explosives.