US Vice-President Mike Pence (left) greets then national security adviser Michael Flynn ahead of a joint press conference by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump at the White House on February 10. Flynn resigned from his post three days later. Photo: Reuters

Lies, half-truths and the foggy statistics of trust in the Trump White House

Kevin Rafferty says the resignation of Michael Flynn amid yet another intelligence leak sparks deeper questions about the reality-TV-like running of Washington’s centre of power and its links to Russia

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US Vice-President Mike Pence (left) greets then national security adviser Michael Flynn ahead of a joint press conference by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump at the White House on February 10. Flynn resigned from his post three days later. Photo: Reuters
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