Trump Instructed Aides Firing Flynn Turned Into A Mistake

“A lot of people in the White House don’t want anything to do with Flynn,” one White House official said.
Two days after firing Michael Flynn as his national security adviser in February, President Donald Trump told several aides and friends he should have kept him instead.
Officials say Trump has remained resolute in defending Flynn even though aides, including White House counsel Don McGahn, have reminded Trump of the Russia investigation and other problems.
Two former campaign officials said Trump and Flynn became close on the campaign during long days of travel on the road.
Lewandowski said he has not spoken with anyone about joining the administration, even though officials say he has spoken to Trump and White House aides several times this week.

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