Charles Kupperman, appointed President Donald Trump's Acting National Security Adviser after John Bolton's resignation this week, has New Hampshire ties.
Kupperman lived in Canterbury from 2001 until 2016, according to town property records.
The Union Leader attempted to reach Kupperman through the White House press office, but did not receive a response.
According to Federal Election Commission records, Kupperman worked for Boeing while he lived in the state. Before coming to New Hampshire, Kupperman served in the administration of President Ronald Reagan.
Kupperman's tenure as national security adviser may not last long: Trump told reporters he would likely announce a new adviser next week.
Material from the Washington Post was included in this report.