Devin Nunes

Flynn firing, report of Trump camp calls to Russian intelligence to keep probe alive

Flynn firing, report of Trump camp calls to Russian intelligence to keep probe alive

U.S. intelligence agencies and Congress will continue to investigate Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election, even after President Donald Trump fired his national security adviser for providing inaccurate accounts of his contacts with the Russian ambassador last year.

Democrats said an independent investigation was the best way to answer questions about the Trump administration's ties to Russia. But Republican leaders continue to refuse to consider that option and said three congressional investigations underway were enough.

Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn, was fired late Monday. The White House said he misled Vice President Mike Pence about...

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