washington - Former US President Barack Obama warned his successor Donald Trump not to give Michael Flynn the post of National Security Advisor. That reported a former Obama employee on Monday. Flynn was appointed, but within a month, he was again fired after being contacted because of his contacts with Russian officials.
Obama gave the warning during a meeting with Trump two days after winning the presidential election on November 8th.
A White House spokesman confirmed that 'President Obama had informed him that he was not exactly a fan of General Flynn. 'According to spokesman Sean Spicer, that did not come as a surprise,' said Flynn for Obama and was a keen critic of President Obama's shortcomings, especially his lack of strategy to tackle IS. '
Flynn was fired by Obama in 2014 as Director of the Military Intelligence Service (DIA) because of his 'disruptive leadership style'.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Obama was 'not exactly a fan of General Flynn.'\n \n \n Photo: Dutch height