NEW YORK — House of Ho is getting a new ambassador, according to a report by ABC News’ Brian Ross.
The report comes just days after Trump named retired Lt.
Gen. Michael Flynn, the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, to be his new U.N. ambassador.
Flynn is a staunch supporter of Trump’s controversial travel ban, which critics say has put the U.S. and other nations at risk of terrorism and discrimination.
Trump nominated retired Lt.-Gen. Michael “Mike” Flynn to be ambassador to United Nations.
The Senate is set to confirm Flynn.
But the new ambassador is a controversial choice, according a longtime friend of Flynn, who requested anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the appointment publicly.
The friend said Flynn has been accused of lying about his contacts with the Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Flynn has denied all allegations, according, to the friend.
“We’ve got a lot of questions on this,” the friend told ABC News.
“I’m not saying this’s true.
I’m not claiming it’s true, but I’m saying we’ve got questions.
We know a lot about the Trump administration, but we don’t know a whole lot about Mike Flynn.”
Flynn, the retired general who commanded the Defense Department, is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump.
He told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday that he would be interested in serving as a U.F.O. ambassador, but was not sure if he would do so.
Flynn has also faced criticism for statements he made in the run-up to the 2016 election.
In one interview, Flynn said he would consider running for office if Trump did not win the election, and that he was considering running for president himself.
A few weeks later, he tweeted that he had decided to run for president.
He later clarified his comments and said he was referring to the 2020 election.
In a statement, a Trump spokeswoman said Flynn was nominated for the job to serve a full term, not as a temporary envoy.