President Donald Trump’s national security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned and President Trump immediately named an acting national security adviser, retired Lt. Gen. Joseph Kellogg.
In three weeks, the Trump presidency has been mired in scandals, missteps, nationwide protests, and fights with journalists, critics and judges. It seems, at times, that Mr. Trump has been President for three or 30 excruciating years.
Fynn resigned on Monday following allegations he inappropriately talked about U.S. sanctions with a Russian official, and later allegedly misled then-Vice President-elect Pence about the conversations, reported NPR.
Flynn spoke with the Russian ambassador in December, before the president was inaugurated.