Spicer defends White House handling of Michael Flynn, says Trump 'welcomes' inquiries into his Russia ties
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White House press secretary Sean Spicer defended the administration's decision to wait nearly three weeks to fire former national-security adviser Michael Flynn after being warned by the Justice Department that he could be susceptible to Russian blackmail, telling reporters on Tuesday that he thinks "the process worked."

"I think the process worked, frankly, when you think of the time in which we had the information," Spicer said during the press briefing. 

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