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  • Exit of national security adviser raises questions - The Philadelphia Tribune

    The resignation of Michael Flynn as national security adviser offers President Trump an opportunity to right what has been a dysfunctional policymaking apparatus. Having previously been dismissed from a post at the Defense Intelligence Agency for ...and more »

  • A bad spy novel - Emporia Gazette

    If the late, great Donald Westlake had written spy thrillers instead of crime capers, they'd read a lot like the opening weeks of the Trump administration. My favorite Westlake novel is “Bank Shot,” in which a gang conspires to steal a temporary bank ...and more »

  • Donald Trump said 17 false things at press conference where he called media 'dishonest' - Toronto Star

    Donald Trump said 17 false things at press conference where he called media 'dishonest' - Toronto Star;

    In a whirlwind hour-and-a-half in front of reporters, Trump made his largest number of false claims of any day in his presidency so far. U.S. President Donald Trump has a history of saying false things, big and small. He said 17 of them at one raucus ...and more »

  • Key players in the Michael Flynn affair - CBC.ca

    Key players in the Michael Flynn affair - CBC.ca;

    Michael Flynn's sudden downfall and resignation from his post as national security adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump has spurred calls for a deeper investigation into the new administration's ties with Russia. His exit Monday lit a political ...and more »

  • 'Like a fine-tuned machine': Trump rejects reports his administration is in chaos - CBC.ca

    'Like a fine-tuned machine': Trump rejects reports his administration is in chaos - CBC.ca;

    U.S. President Donald Trump mounted a vigorous defence of his presidency Thursday, pushing back against media reports that his campaign advisers had inappropriate contact with Russian officials and vowing to crack down on the leaking of classified ...and more »

  • Donald Trump rants and raves at the press - Macleans.ca

    Donald Trump rants and raves at the press - Macleans.ca;

    Let's read between the lines of Donald Trump's crazy-ass Feb. 16 press conference. His words are in bold. I just wanted to begin by mentioning that the nominee for secretary of the Department of Labor will be Mr. Alex Acosta. “Ladies and gentlemen ...and more »

  • The most innocent explanation for Kremlingate. (It's still bad.) - Macleans.ca

    The most innocent explanation for Kremlingate. (It's still bad.) - Macleans.ca;

    U.S. President Donald Trump speaks as he meets with county sheriffs during a listening session in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on February 7, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Andrew Harrer/Getty Images). Over the last several months, we have been ...and more »

  • As Trump's security fiascos mount, Flynn's exit fails to bolster 'make America safe again' pledge - CBC.ca

    As Trump's security fiascos mount, Flynn's exit fails to bolster 'make America safe again' pledge - CBC.ca;

    This, it turns out, is what happens when U.S. President Donald Trump conducts the prudent business of "making America safe again." A scramble to plug leaks detailing shambolic phone calls from the "leakiest" White House in modern presidential history.and more »

  • Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn quits over Russian contacts - CBC.ca

    Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn quits over Russian contacts - CBC.ca;

    U.S. President Donald Trump's embattled national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned late Monday night, following reports that he had misled Vice-President Mike Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russia. His departure upends Trump's ...and more »

  • Kellyanne Conway Crumbles Under The Weight Of Her Own Lies - Huffington Post

    Kellyanne Conway Crumbles Under The Weight Of Her Own Lies - Huffington Post;

    She struggled to answer basic questions about the timeline leading to the resignation of national security adviser Mike Flynn. By Marina Fang. 24k. 3.6k. Kellyanne Conway on Tuesday struggled to answer basic questions about why White House officials ...and more »