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Spicer: intelligence chiefs never Trump informed about Flynn investigation

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General Flynn claims Congress, the White house tried to influence Mueller co-operation; former White House press secretary and Sean Spicer responded.

Former White House communications director Sean Spicer added to report the context of Friday that the former President Barack Obama warned President Trump on the setting of the former national security Advisor, Michael Flynn.

“It is very difficult to bend after a hard-fought campaign in which you are very critical to somebody and say, by the way, this consultant is that I get fired, that you brought on Board, you should not listen to him. You should get rid of him. At this point, the President really not a ton of cues from the Democratic party and the Democratic leadership, had lobbed aggressive tactics was with him the whole time,” said Spicer on “The story with Martha MacCallum.”

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Flynn, was released in the year 2014 by the Obama administration, as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency and was a national security adviser for trump for a month before he was fired, about his contacts with Russia.

This week it became known that Flynn was under FBI investigation earlier than previously thought, according to a little-noticed section in Special Counsel Robert Müller ‘ s report on the Russian elections and wants to interfere and the former national security Advisor to the brother, told Fox News, the only suggested this week that the revelation that a long-lasting, high effort, the “trip him” and “trap” him.

Spicer, called the intelligence chiefs at the time, the President informed Flynn under investigation.

“So there is plenty of opportunity for the intelligence chiefs, have been briefing us on other issues, Mr President, I must tell you something else. And it never happened. And that is important for you to know.”

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Earlier in the interview, Spicer said that Flynn ‘ s initial support of Trump is the reason why the President of the first state-of-the-general.

“I think it all worked, and he worked his way out. But I think that Mike Flynn had on Board not come early, if it said a ton of followers who stood by the President, and he stood by the President shoulder-to-shoulder in the conversation about national security to help guide the campaign, and the formulation of a national security strategy and the advice of the President and the President was loyal to him,” Spicer.

Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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