‘Flynn does not want to testify in Senate about Russian interference’
Michael Flynn feels there is nothing for the opposite of a Senate committee to make a statement about possible Russian interference in the American presidential election.
News channel CNN got Monday to hear the former national security adviser to Donald Trump shall have recourse to the constitutional right that he is not against themselves having to testify.
The committee intelligence of the Senate had Flynn summoned after him already to have asked all the details about his contacts with the Russians. The ex-general, who in February was dismissed after to have lied about conversations with the Russian ambassador, refused so far any assistance.
Flynn is from the nature of its function and history one of the most important witnesses in this affair, and the FBI and the federal court are concerned.