The former head of the NSA has become the newest member of the House Intelligence Committee.
Trevor Bauer, who has served on the House and Senate intelligence committees, was confirmed by the Senate Intelligence Committee last week.
He joined the panel last month.
According to the New York Times, Bauer is the first member of President Donald Trump’s transition team to serve on the Senate intelligence committee.
He is also one of only four members of Trump’s team to have served on a Senate intelligence panel.
Bauer was tapped by the president to run the NSA, but has been criticized for not being tough enough on Russia and other nations.
The White House has said he is no longer a member of Trump.