By Jonathan Kemple
People are having doubts about President Trump, particularly about him having ties with Russia. Like what happen to Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser to President Trump.
Flynn was caught taking money from a Russian organization without permission or disclosing it. He also misled Vice President Mike Pence about his own calls with Kislyak who is a Russian diplomat. The White House acknowledges that President Trump’s transition team knew that retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn engaged in work that would likely require him to register his consulting firm as a foreign agent before Flynn was tapped to serve as national security adviser. Also on March 16 Flynn was paid more than $33,750 by Russia’s state run broadcaster RT Russia for a speech in Moscow in December 2015.
President Trumps son in law and trusted adviser Jared Kushner confirmed to senators about having a conference with senior Kremlin officials including the head of a bank closely connected with President Vladimir Putin’s government. And more secrets are coming up about a trip to the White House complex by House Chairman Devin Nunes who Democrats claim is in a partnership with the President’s aides to subvert his own panel’s investigation into Moscow’s alleged election meddling and ties to Trump’s campaign trail just south of him.