Stephen Hadley

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Stephen John Hadley
21st United States National Security Advisor
Incumbent
Assumed office
2005
President George W. Bush
Deputy Jack Dyer Crouch, II (2005-2007)
James Franklin Jeffrey (2007-)
Preceded by Condoleezza Rice
19th Deputy National Security Advisor
In office
2001–2005
President George W. Bush
Preceded by James Steinberg
Succeeded by Jack Dyer Crouch, II
Personal details
Born February 13, 1947 (1947-02-13) (age 67)
Toledo, Ohio
Spouse(s) Ann Hadley
Children 2 daughters
Profession foreign and defense policy advisor
Hadley (right) discussing the 2006 Israel-Lebanon crisis with Bush and Rice.

Stephen John Hadley (born February 13, 1947, in Toledo, Ohio) is the current (21st) U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (commonly referred as National Security Advisor) for President George W. Bush. He had been Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor from January 22, 2001. On January 26, 2005, he replaced Condoleezza Rice as National Security Advisor, upon Rice's confirmation as Secretary of State.

Hadley served as a senior foreign and defense policy advisor to then-Governor Bush during the 2000 presidential campaign and worked in the Bush-Cheney Transition on the National Security Council.