According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Mike Flynn, the former national security adviser for President Donald Trump, has informed the FBI and the House and Senate intelligence committees that he is willing to be interviewed in exchange for immunity from prosecution. Flynn was privvy to information about foreign policy deliberations and was involved in the discussions around possibly lifting Russian sanctions imposed by the Obama administration. Flynn was forced to resign after acknowledging he misled White House officials including Vice President Mike Pence about the topic of his phone conversations with the Russian ambassador during the transition period.
BREAKING: Mike Flynn just notified congress that he's willing to testify in exchange for immunity: WSJ https://t.co/o9oKZE1kqy pic.twitter.com/HEvjuewkWt
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