NANCY SODERBERG, FORMER CLINTON DEPUTY NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER: I always am. This has so many different levels to it. One, why were they listening in on Flynn's conversation with the Russians? They briefed the White House. They don't know whether it was someone in the White House, the Justice Department, somebody who told, somebody who leaked it. I think there will be real investigations.
But this is going to quickly shift from Flynn's resignation to what kind of White House does President Trump want? Someone described it to me today, there's a game of thrones going on. You've got two chiefs of staff, one side is not talking to another, and he's got a little war going on in there. He's got to lead and decide --