Axios Feb 14, 2017
National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has resigned, saying he "inadvertendly briefed" Mike Pence and others on his phone call with Russia's ambassador.
- Flynn reportedly incensed VP Pence by misleading him about the call, then not fully apologizing, per the NYT.
- Steve Bannon pushed for his resignation since Friday, per the NYT.
- Lt. General Joseph Keith Kellogg, Jr. will be Flynn's temporary replacement. Others in the mix for the permanent job are David Petraeus and Vice Adm. Robert Harward, per WaPo.
- Flynn's problems aren't over, says WaPo: the Army is investigating his 2015 trip to Russia for possible payments, which would violate the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution.