Senate intel committee: Flynn's lawyer says he won't answer subpoena

He joked that some USA media were acting like communist newspapers during the Soviet Union and not offering real news.

Texas Republican Mike Conaway and California Democrat Adam Schiff say they will continue to work with the FBI as the investigation moves forward.

Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina, the panel's chairman, said Flynn's lawyer told him that the retired army general, whom President Donald Trump fired in February, would not honor the committee's subpoena to produce documents related to the Russian Federation investigation. Richard Burr of North Carolina.

Comey wrote in a memo shortly after the February 14 meeting that Trump told him, "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go", the report said.

Legal experts say that it's unlikely Flynn would agree to turn over the personal documents because he would be waiving his constitutional protection against self-incrimination by doing so.

The Senate subpoenaed the former National Security Adviser last week as part of an investigation of President Donald Trump's ties to Russian Federation.

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Flynn was ousted earlier this year from his senior administration job.

In another tweet Thursday morning, he claims, "With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special councel (sic) appointed!"

He did not provide examples or evidence of any alleged "illegal acts".

"The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation shared more information with Sen".

Trump fired him 24 days later, and only after it became public that federal prosecutors had informed the White House not long after Trump's inauguration about Flynn's involvement with Russian Federation and suggested that he could subject to blackmail. He continued that Senate leaders would have decide if he was in contempt of court if he refused to comply and that the investigation would then head to the Department of Justice.

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