On February 15, ISP Director Steve Slick was quoted in CBC News on the current ‘leaky’ state of the White House, mentioning that information leaks are ‘regrettably routine.’
Additionally, Director Slick commented on the departure of Mike Flynn and the need to replace him with an advisor who has the ‘full confidence’ of the President. It’s no secret that the Trump Administration has received continuous criticism for decision making related to national security, and Flynn’s resignation comes as yet another bump – one that could, however, become an opportunity for the Administration. Director Slick commented that all three of the candidates for the advisory role would make exceptional public servants.
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