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Michael Flynn Scandal: Trump’s National Security Adviser, Resigns After Russia Lies

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White House national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned Monday night after admitting he lied about contacts with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, bringing an abrupt end to a brief tenure in his position which will be temporarily filled by Gen. Keith Kellogg, who will be president Trumps interim national security adviser.

In a quite unbelievable twist during an already controversial first few weeks in charge of the White House for President Donald Trump, it has now emerged his National Security Advisor General Flynn may of been open to blackmail from Russians leaving him at a point of being an actual threat to national security of his own homeland.

In a resignation letter Flynn said:  “The fast pace of events” during the transition meant that he had “inadvertently briefed the Vice President Elect and others with incomplete information regarding my phone calls with the Russian Ambassador.”

Those lies have now gone on to cost Flynn his job, on Monday night, Flynn quit his role amid growing questions about whether he had misled Vice President Mike Pence, and the FBI, about his phone calls with the Russian envoy on December 29th, the day outgoing Obama administration slapped new sanctions on Moscow for its alleged interference in the 2016 presidential elections.

Flynn had denied discussing sanctions in his call with ambassador Kislyak, but US officials had said Flynn explicitly talked about the sanctions and hinted that Trump might be willing to lift them.

This type of discussion could be a violation of the Logan Act, an obscure federal law, which prohibits people outside the executive branch from making foreign policy on behalf of the US administration.

No one has ever been prosecuted under the Logan Act, but Flynn is facing a dangerous investigation.
The FBI is actively probing Flynn’s interactions with Kislyak, and resigning from his White House post will only add to suspicions around Flynn from potential future criminal prosecutors.


Flynn was born in December 1958 in Middletown, Rhode Island, the son of Helen Frances (Andrews), who worked in real estate, and Charles Francis Flynn, a banker??? Hmmmmmmm 🙂 all Trump’s minion are the same… In 2015, Flynn attended a gala dinner in Moscow in honor of RT (formerly “Russia Today”), a Russian government-owned English-language media outlet on which he made semi-regular appearances as an analyst after he retired from U.S. government service. Before the gala, Flynn gave a paid talk on world affairs. Flynn defended the Russian payment in an interview with Michael Isikoff. Journalist Michael Crowley of Politico reported that “at a moment of semi-hostility between the U.S. and Russia, the presence of such an important figure at Putin’s table startled” U.S. officials, in reference to president Vladimir Putin’s attendance of the dinner as the guest of honor. On February 1, 2017, the ranking Democratic members on six House committees sent a letter to Secretary of Defense James Mattis, requesting a Department of Defense investigation into Flynn’s connection to RT. The legislators expressed concern that Flynn had violated the anti-bribery Foreign Emoluments Clause of the Constitution by accepted money from RT, a state-run Russian propaganda agency. Hand in the cookie jar 🙂 LMFO… PEACE to you and your ENCHANTED

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