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Now We Know Who Put Word In To Trump That National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Had to Go

After tons of speculation surrounding Mike Flynn’s conversation with the Russian ambassador, he submitted his letter of resignation Monday.

While President Donald Trump accepted Flynn’s resignation, it seems as if he was reluctant to do so.

Despite allegations, Flynn joined Trump at Mar-a-Lago as planned and sat in the front row of a press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, according to ABC 7 News.

In an article published by Politico, sources close to the president detailed the internal conflict the president was facing.

Flynn was a heavy supporter during the campaign, and Trump values loyalty over all else. He also reportedly saw Flynn as a “fellow outsider” who understood national security challenges.

An adviser told Politico:

“Trump liked the way he talked to him. He thought Flynn knew what he was doing.”

Still, he could not ignore the evidence supporting the allegations that Flynn had improper contact with Russia, and the problem would not go away.

Senior White House officials who spoke to the president say he was concerned that the intelligence and national security community would always oppose Flynn.

One person who speaks to Trump regularly told Politico:

“He has this reputation of being a ‘you’re fired’ kind of guy, but he really didn’t want to have that conversation.”

Despite Flynn’s resignation claim that the vice president accepted his apology, Vice President Mike Pence was reportedly still “unhappy” about the lie and expressed his opinion to Trump.

According to a White House official, Pence said he would accept whatever decision the president made.

However, it wasn’t the president’s running mate that convinced Trump that Flynn’s time in the administration was over.

A senior White House official told Politico that Chief Strategist Steve Bannon was the one who told Flynn to “do the right thing” and resign.

After receiving viewpoints of multiple top aides, the majority of who wanted him gone, Trump had to side with Flynn’s performance over loyalty.

The administration is now looking for a replacement and could have the position filled within the week.