H.R. McMaster only authorized to stay in…

WASHINGTON – Lt. Gen. H.R McMaster recently learned that even though he is the president's national security advisor, he is only authorized to stay in three-star hotels while on official government travel, sources confirmed today. McMaster was particularly irked when he learned some other officials, however, such as retired Gen. James Mattis, the Secretary of Defense, and retired Gen. John F. Kelly, the Secretary of Homeland Security, are both authorized to stay in four-star lodgings.

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