Spicer Intelligence chiefs never informed Trump about Flynn
Former White House communications director Sean Spicer added context Friday to reports that former President Barack Obama warned President Trump about hiring former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
"It's very hard to turn around after a hard-fought campaign in which you've been very critical of someone and say, by the way, this adviser that I fired that you brought on board, you shouldn't listen to him. You should get rid of him. At that point, the president really wasn't taking a ton of cues from the Democratic Party and Democratic leadership that had lobbed aggressive tactics at him the whole time," Spicer said on "The Story with Martha MacCallum."