Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will turn over some subpoenaed documents to the Senate Intelligence Committee as part of its investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to allegedly influence the 2016 election. Flynn had previously said he would refuse to turn over any of the requested personal documents, instead saying he’d plead the Fifth. Now Flynn says he’ll begin turning over subpoenaed documents that pertain to two of his businesses, as well as some personal documents, as early as June 6. This comes as President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, said he would not comply with a House Intelligence Committee request for information about his ties to Russian officials.
Michael Flynn to Turn Over Subpoenaed Documents to Senate Intel Committee
HeadlineMay 31, 2017