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And I think the President made the right decision to ask for his resignation. You cannot have a National Security Advisor misleading the Vice President and others. So, I think the President was right to ask for his resignation and I believe it was the right thing to do. Let's speak about Russia for a second.
I've always been a Russia sceptic in awe. New administrations these days try to get better relations with Russia. The Bush administration tried to get better relations with Russia. Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration did the reset. So I understand it's reasonable and rational to try and improve relations with Russia.
That's what new administrations inevitably do. But I'll leave it up to the administration to describe the circumstances surrounding what brought to this point. I think the key is this, that as soon as this person lost the President's trust, the President asked for his resignation and that was the right thing to do.