In A Story With Many Twists, Congress' Russia Election-Meddling Probe Takes Another Former national security adviser Mike Flynn says he would testify to congressional committees in exchange for immunity. President Trump encouraged him to try to make such a deal.
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In A Story With Many Twists, Congress' Russia Election-Meddling Probe Takes Another

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In A Story With Many Twists, Congress' Russia Election-Meddling Probe Takes Another

In A Story With Many Twists, Congress' Russia Election-Meddling Probe Takes Another

In A Story With Many Twists, Congress' Russia Election-Meddling Probe Takes Another

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Former national security adviser Mike Flynn has said he'd testify to congressional committees investigating Russian election meddling in exchange for immunity from prosecution. President Trump encouraged him to try to make such a deal to protect himself from what Trump called a "witch hunt."