Former national security adviser Michael Flynn has reportedly agreed to submit some documents to the Senate Intelligence Committee as part of the panel’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. The Associated Press, citing a source close to Flynn, reports that Flynn will comply with the documents request that was sent to his businesses earlier this month, in addition to personal documents. Flynn, who resigned as President Donald Trump’s national security adviser after he misled the vice president about his conversations with the Russian ambassador, previously invoked the Fifth Amendment in refusing to comply with the committee’s initial request.
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