Michael Flynn's exit: four questions
The resignation of Donald Trump's national security adviser raises questions over US-Russia relations. Could it have been avoided? Is the president now vulnerable?
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The level of trust between the president and General Flynn had eroded to the point where he felt he had to make a change. The president was very concerned that General Flynn had misled the vice president and others.
We see the consequences that can be dangerous to our national security. We want to know by what authority did General Flynn have these conversations, and who did he report to after that?
There's so much backing. Maybe you're going to say, please don't give us so much backing.
You cannot have a national security adviser misleading the vice president in office.
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