White House National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien spoke to Brian Kilmeade about President Trump's State of the Union speech and the administrations success in war on terror. O'Brien touted the President's handling of ISIS and how some world leaders privately said the strike that killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani was a game changer. O'Brien also spoke about how it is a huge priority of the administration to have Juan Guaidó assume the presidency in Venezuela and to put further pressure on Russia, China and Cuba for keeping Nicolás Maduro in power. O'Brien also addressed how he is working to stream line the National Security Council to prevent people from leaking the President's phone conversations. His message to people at the NSC who want to undermine the President's policies is to check their politics at the door or do not work for the National Security Council.