National Security Adviser Michael Flynn may or may not be sitting on a hot seat, depending on who you ask, but it's warm enough for someone within Team Trump to float possible replacements.
One possible replacement stands out among the others because this one was convicted for sharing state secrets.
One option being discussed right now is replacing Flynn with retired Gen. David Petraeus, according to current and former National Security Council staffers who spoke to The Huffington Post on background. Petraeus, a former CIA director, led U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, and is still widely respected in national security and intelligence circles.
But there are still obstacles to Petraeus’ appointment. In spring 2015, the general pleaded guilty to giving classified information to his biographer, Paula Broadwell, with whom he was having an extramarital affair.
Petraeus literally traded state secrets for sex, so of course he's being considered for a senior role in the Trump frat house.
There's reason to believe Petaeus wouldn't accept the job even if it were offered to him, however, because he may still have more integrity than the Trump Regime even if he was convicted. It's also not clear if it would even be legal for him to take the position.
I laughed so hard at this story it literally cleared my sinuses.