The Hill: Report: Trump to pick Michael Flynn for national security adviser
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn is reportedly set to become President-elect Donald Trump's national security adviser, according to NBC News.
Flynn, who has been a military adviser to Trump throughout his campaign, was rumored to be a top choice for the position, the National Review reported Wednesday.
Jason Miller, an aide to Trump, said Flynn met with the president-elect on Wednesday and said he would be a "fantastic addition" to the team.
"No formal announcement yet for that position. Gen. Flynn met with the president-elect today. He has been a companion on the campaign trail quite a bit, as we've seen over the past few months," he said in an interview with Fox News's Megyn Kelly.
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WNU Editor: As I had predicted in my commentary way back on July 10 .... Will Donald Trump Pick A Former General To Be His Vice President Running Mate? (July 10, 2016) .... and even earlier on May 4, 2016 .... This Former General Is Advising Donald Trump (May 4, 2016)
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