(Reuters)
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Trump on Flynn firing: 'I asked for his resignation'
President Trump said he asked for former national security adviser Michael Flynn's resignation on Feb. 13, but also defended him, saying, “what he did wasn't wrong," during a news conference on Feb. 16 at the White House.
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