National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has resigned from his position within the Trump administration. The announcement came late Monday night and stems from a controversial phone call in December between Flynn and the Russian ambassador in which the two may have discussed U.S. sanctions placed on Russia by the Obama administration as retribution for Russian hacking in the presidential election. Flynn could not one hundred percent say if the topic of sanctions came up in the conversation, but did apologize for the possibility of wrongdoing earlier in the day. Flynn's tenure of less than one month will go down as one of the shortest in presidential history. General Keith Kellogg will serve on an interim basis.
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