The Washington Post reports: President Trump’s new national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, was investigated by the Army and admonished two years ago for mishandling a case involving two junior officers accused of sexual assault, military documents show. McMaster violated Army regulations by permitting the two lieutenants to attend the service’s elite Ranger School […]
The Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed ex-senior White House aide Michael Flynn on his phone calls with the Russian ambassador days into his job, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
Jim W. Dean – General Flynn might be gone, but the question remains, “for how long”? The House Intelligence Committee has opened the door for Flynn to make his own case for the record, which could see this whole thing flip around.
Michael Flynn’s departure as White House national security adviser after less than a month on the job is a major setback for the Donald Trump White House.
President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for national security advisor “inappropriately shared” classified information, according to documents made public on Wednesday.