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Shock claim about the FBI-Michael Flynn-interview raises questions

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The employee responded to the allegations with his company, a letter and text records as evidence, that there is no communication between the men on January 20, Catherine Herridge in the depth-for the ” Special report.’

Then-FBI Director James Comey supposedly, the lawmakers told last March that the agents think former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn lied-raising more questions about a key moment in the Agency’s Russia probe.

The Washington Examiner, Byron York reported that Comey, the legislature informed the FBI under accusations Flynn, Vice-President of Pence had been lied to about the talks with the then Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak, and speculation that he, too, may be deceived agents questioned him in January of 2017. Flynn lied, lost his job over this controversy — and in December, the President, Trump claimed Flynn had “” to agents.

But Comey allegedly, the legislator told at the time that the agents who interviewed Flynn does not believe he lied to you in the Jan. 24 meeting, and that any inaccuracies in his account were unintentional.

James Comey reportedly, the legislator said that the agents believe that Michael Flynn lied to the FBI.

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Fast forward to December, after the probe acquisition of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and Flynn would be a plea of guilty to one count of making false statements to the FBI during the meeting.

So what has changed? The auditors reported that those informed of Comey now “stunned by the turn of events.”

The revelation is likely to increase, the control of millers, whose team has already faced accusations of bias in the Wake of the anti-Trump SMS messages from Peter Strzok and Lisa page-two FBI official who once served on his team.

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By the way, Müller’s team moved to the Flynn’s conviction last month, citing the “status” of the investigation — a step that added to speculation about the direction of the Russia probe.

MÜLLER TEAM SEEKS DELAY IN FLYNN CONDEMNATION

“By the status of the Special Counsel investigation of this matter, said the parties are of the opinion that to be ready for a scheduled day of the judgment, at this time,” the document, signed by Müller and Flynn attorneys Robert Kelner, and Stephen Anthony.

And on Wednesday, Müller-team, a protective layer was enough to “on the production of discovery.”

The Comey revelation could also be appointed, questions about the participation of Obama, especially fomer Deputy attorney General Sally Yates, who served briefly as a Deputy attorney General at the end of January 2017. She would later be triggered by trump for refusing to defend his travel ban — that makes you a hero of the anti-trump left.

The examiner also reported that the FBI is apparently not White house officials say that agents would be interviewing Flynn about a potentially criminal matter, and that Flynn is not a lawyer.

Further, the report questioned whether the Ministry of justice was based on the obscure Logan Act as a mere pretext to question Flynn — a bill to restrict discussions with foreign governments, which was never used to keep track of to successfully anyone.

A spokesman for the special counsel’s office declined to comment on the latest claims, coming back to the original plea documents.

J. Christian Adams, President of the Public interest, the Legal basis and a former DOJ lawyer, asked Yates’s role.

“Yates, a former Obama attorney general] Eric Holder is [the most enduring legacy — the normalization of the political prosecution,” Adams told Fox News.

“They saw it as to sabotage their mission, the upcoming government. We know that you have to forbid it on the trip. Now we know that they did it to screw over the General Flynn,” he added.

Attempts to Yates for comment were unsuccessful.

For more questions about the Russia-probe were raised this week after it was revealed that the former National security adviser, Susan Rice, on the day of the inauguration of the President, wrote an E-Mail to yourself in detail a meeting with President Obama, Comey, Yates, and others.

“President Obama began the conversation by emphasizing his continuing commitment to ensure that every aspect of the intelligence and law enforcement communities,” wrote of this Problem is treated by the book,'” Rice. “The President stressed that he would not ask, to initiate or instruct anything from a law enforcement perspective. He reiterated that our laws need enforcement team to go, as it is usually by the book.”

SUSAN RICE IS INAUGURATION DAY BY E-MAIL RAISES NEW QUESTIONS FOR COMEY

Republican senators have asked to explain rice the E-Mail.

“This is the strangest conversation that I can imagine,” Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., said on Fox News’ “The story with Martha MacCallum.”

Rice’s attorney, Kathryn Ruemmler, however, said there was “nothing” unusual “” rice “memorializing an important discussion for the record.”

Ruemmler added: “Any suggestion that Ambassador rice’s actions in this matter were inappropriate is another attempt to divert and distract, from the meaning of the ongoing investigations of the Russian interference in America’s democracy.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

Adam Shaw is a political Reporter and occasional opinion writer for FoxNews.com. He can be reached here or on Twitter: @AdamShawNY.

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