Michael Flynn, seen above during a press briefing on Feb. 1, 2017 as the Trump administration's National Security Adviser, is the second former aide to President Donald Trump to cooperate with the inquiry led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Michael Flynn, seen above during a press briefing on Feb. 1, 2017 as the Trump administration's National Security Adviser, is the second former aide to President Donald Trump to cooperate with the inquiry led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Jabin Botsford The Washington Post
Michael Flynn, seen above during a press briefing on Feb. 1, 2017 as the Trump administration's National Security Adviser, is the second former aide to President Donald Trump to cooperate with the inquiry led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Jabin Botsford The Washington Post

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