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Trump / Russian Connection / Flynn, Comey #1110968

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 22, 2017
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The announcement that former national security director Michael Flynn will plead the Fifth Amendment in the Russia investigation & Congressman Elijah Cummings stating Flynn lied to the Pentagon about his dealings with Russia examined' Cummings on Flynn's denial of benefits from a foreign country & Flynn's lawyer's statement quoted. [Senator Mark WARNER - reacts to Flynn's plea.] [Senator James LANKFORD†- wants the facts.] [Sept. 2016, TRUMP - opposes the Fifth Amendment {by Clinton people}.} The plans for FBI director James Comey to testify in open hearings with the Senate Intelligence Committee noted & what Trump told the Russians about Comey, according to the "New York Times," quoted. Comey's plans to consult with former FBI director/special counsel Robert Mueller before going public discussed.

Muir, David;
Bruce, Mary

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