Mike Flynn might be done – but Trump's nightmare has just begun
This resignation and scandal is not a surprise. After all, we have a president who is too careless to handle a national security incident in a confidential manner
It took Richard Nixon four years to reach this low point, just a year before he quit the presidency. At this rate, Trump will reach Nixon’s all-time lowof 24% approval before the end of April
We have barely begun to scrape the surface of Trump’s fatal compromises with Russia. It was only last week that US officials say they corroborated some of the communications in the famous British dossier detailing those compromising situations.
Trump can pretend all he likes. He can bluster his way through TV interviews and at the presidential podium about everything from the tiny crowds at his inauguration to supposed illegal voting by non-citizens.
But sooner or later, the presidency – and the constitution it is supposed to defend – catches up with you. A commander-in-chief can’t compromise his own nation’s security and expect to keep his job.
Flynn’s short White House career may be over. But Trump’s nightmare-a-lago has only just begun.