Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss the latest revelations surrounding former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and breathe a sigh of relief that he’s already gone.  They also lament FBI Director James Comey’s admission that there is no longer any such thing as “absolute privacy” anymore.  And they discuss Pres. Trump’s decision to nominate former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman to be U.S. Ambassador to Russia.

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  1. Israel P. Inactive
    Israel P.
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    Huntsman > Charlie Crist

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  2. ToryWarWriter Thatcher
    ToryWarWriter
    @ToryWarWriter

    You laugh about the type writers, but have you ever wondered why Russia is never hacked?

    That’s because the FSB/SVR only uses computers for limited purposes.  Much of what is being done in Russia these days is still being done on typewriters and by hand in order to prevent NSA snooping.

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