Here are two pieces of terrible news for anyone who was expecting, given the preconditions, a rapid reconciliation between the Kremlin and Washington: the resignation of General Michael Flynn, national security adviser and the closest man to Moscow from Donald Trump’s entourage, and the White House’s statement on [Read more]
The aftermath of Flynn’s resignation will be more substantial than any of us can imagine, be it positive or negative.
Trump already displays enough “emotional instability.” ... He does not need another mentally unbalanced man to stand by his side 24/7.
Many regard the departure of a key member of the new administration’s security team as a sign of Trump’s weakness.
The danger posed by the Islamic State was “underestimated” in the United States, although the Secret Service did raise the alarm.