Special counsel requests Michael Flynn documents

Special counsel requests Michael Flynn documents

Special counsel requests Michael Flynn documents

Mueller's team, investigating whether President Trump's campaign coordinated with Russian Federation to influence last year's election, have questioned witnesses close to the former three-star general about Flynn's work with firms tied to the Turkish government, the New York Times reported.

The investigators of special prosecutor Robert Mueller - probing US President Donald Trump's team for possible connections to Russian Federation - are reported to be looking into former national security adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with the Turkish government during the final stages of the 2016 presidential campaign, and whether he secretly accepted payments from it.

Mueller is looking into whether Flynn, whose consulting group Flynn Intel Group had worked with a Turkish-American businessman, was secretly paid by the Turkish government during the final months of the presidential campaign, New York Times reported Friday. It has been noted by the president, the Trump of her duties as national security adviser just a few weeks after his appointment, because he had not realized exactly how of the contacts he had had with Russian officials. Investigators and prosecutors use grand juries to examine evidence, question witnesses and subpoena documents to determine if a crime has been committed.

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Flynn declined to comment on the New York Times report, while Trump's special counsel Ty Cobb stressed that the White House was cooperating with the probe. Trump has warned that the inquiry should not go beyond the 2016 election as it would be outside Mueller's mandate.

While Mueller steps up his investigation into allegations of Russian interference in 2016 U.S. presidential election, Trump again angrily denied that his campaign team colluded with the Kremlin.

Mr. Trump has publicly warned Mr. Mueller that his financial affairs should not enter in the framework of its mission and that investigating them would be tantamount to crossing a red line.

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