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What Is Michael Flynn's Long Game?

1 month ago   |   By The New Republic

Apocalypse Now played on my iPod as my flight lifted off from Arkansas. Watching Willard cruise up the river to kill Kurtz for most of the flight put me in the right frame of mind on the long arc that took me over Mississippi , Alabama, Florida, and Joe and Mika's house with its conveniently attached Morning Joe studio garage on the Atlantic Coast.
I pulled a manila envelope from my leather attaché case to review the dossier. Any good operator does his homework. I'd been gathering yarn on Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, U.S. Army , for years. The General occupied two chapters of a book I...
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