Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump former national security adviser, is under further scrutiny for failing to disclose overseas contacts related to a proposed nuclear project when he sought a renewal of his security clearance last year.
Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump former national security adviser, is under further scrutiny for failing to disclose overseas contacts related to a proposed nuclear project when he sought a renewal of his security clearance last year. Carolyn Kaster AP
Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump former national security adviser, is under further scrutiny for failing to disclose overseas contacts related to a proposed nuclear project when he sought a renewal of his security clearance last year. Carolyn Kaster AP

Flynn again under spotlight for unreported foreign business deals

September 13, 2017 07:00 AM

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