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Dear Donald,

Now I see why your administration didn’t want anyone to hear what Sally Yates had to say in regards to the investigation. She outlined how back in January she had a meeting at the White House with Don McGahn and shared her concerns about how Flynn had lied and could be blackmailed by the Russian because of the lies.

So not only were you and your administration warned by Obama against hiring Flynn to be part of your security aid, you were also warned by Sally Yates. What on earth led you to still work with him? With this knowledge, how did you in good conscious continue to move forward?

You did move on of course as we all know, and then when it was revealed that Flynn had his interactions with Kislak, you and your administration still stood beside him. Conway claimed that you had “full confidence” in him still, only to be followed by the next day’s news that you fired him.

That being said, the following day you made this statement

“Gen. Flynn is a wonderful man. I think he has been treated very, very unfairly by the media, as I call it, the fake media in many cases. And I think it is really a sad thing that he was treated so badly.”

….I’m sorry, but what?? I really don’t understand how there is any logic to be found in these series of events. I guess we will just have to see what else the investigation pulls up and see if anything surfaces that helps put these pieces together in a way that makes sense. I wonder if this is the first little string that can be tugged and help everything else unravel.

A Solicitous Citizen