The former national security Advisor, Michael Flynn is reported to hand over records of two of his companies to the Senate intelligence committee, the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.
The Journal, citing a person start become familiar with the subject matter could be the week to turn over the documents, Senate investigators as soon as next.
Flynn, who was fired as the national security adviser in February, dismissed a first summons from the Committee by invoking his Fifth is Amendment rights. The Committee is lobbying, replied the leader, to Flynn by subpoenaing records ‘ s companies, which are not subject to Fifth Amendment protection.
Flynn’s lawyers had argued that the previous request was too broad and needed Flynn would have could, in turn, on information which have been used against him.
The house and Senate intelligence committees, as well as the FBI, are conducting an investigation into the Russian activities during the 2016 election, including the question of whether members of Trump’s campaign team discussed with Russian officials.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.