On Friday, Robert McFarlane, a former advisor to President Ronald Regan passed away.
Fox News reports:
Robert McFarlane, a national security advisor to former President Ronald Reagan who was involved in the Iran-contra scandal, has died at the age of 84.
McFarlane died on Thursday in Lansing, Michigan, according to the New York Times, and was visiting family when he passed away.
He pleaded guilty to withholding information to congress in 1988 during the investigation of the Iran-contra scandal, when the Reagan administration secretly sold weapons to Iran in exchange for the release of Western hostages in 1988.