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78 AustinTransmog Flynn: "Oh...sorry." Congress: <slaps wrist>
64 Guitar_of_Orpheus >When Flynn returned to the US several months later and reapplied for his security clearance, he never disclosed the trip or the contacts he had with foreign nationals as part of the trip, the Democrats say. >In his initial February filing, Flynn also omitted thousands of dollars in payments he took from three Russian companies. One of those payments came from RT, the Kremlin-controlled TV network that US intelligence says pushed propaganda and was involved in Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
124 SultanObama The main adviser of all security matters to the president of the United States who has access to top secret intelligence lied about a plan made with those who assisted in carrying out 9/11 and a government who kills journalists and recently attempted to subvert democracy in multiple countries including the US. And this barely gets any traction.
9 autotldr This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original]( reduced by 89%. (I'm a bot) ***** > The Democrats reviewed Flynn&#039;s paperwork and subsequent interview with the FBI - routine practice to get a security clearance - and said that Flynn never disclosed the summer 2015 trip. > Flynn never disclosed these trips, and any conversations he might have had with government officials, on his security clearance forms when he reapplied in January 2016, the Democrats said. > ACU&#039;s managing director Alex Copson said in a statement to the Democrats that they sent Flynn a check worth $25,000 &quot;To compensate him for the loss of income and business opportunities resulting from this trip.&quot; Copson said Flynn never cashed the check, but Flynn accepted payment for travel expenses from ACU. White House employees are required to publicly disclose details of their personal finances when they take government roles. ***** [**Extended Summary**]( | [FAQ]( "Version 1.65, ~209130 tl;drs so far.") | [Feedback]( "PM's and comments are monitored, constructive feedback is welcome.") | *Top* *keywords*: **Flynn**^#1 **Democrat**^#2 **company**^#3 **security**^#4 **House**^#5
16 toasterslayer I'm kind of losing hope anything but bad PR will come of these investigations
9 wonder-maker If he won't admit then you can't aquit.
6 throw_away_asdfasdfq Would any reasonable prosecutor take the case though?
5 FloodMoose I should invest in guillotines.
1 ProfessorImprobable I'd like the dems to stop helping. M has got this.
1 david-standridge1 For.... smashing her phones in the basement of the state department and losing her email servers on obstruction of justice... and by letting Bengali happen without doing anything... and for letting Monsanto poison arkansas.... and for over 60 deaths tied to them.
0 RexxonShillerson Well all Kushy put on his form was "I am rich and white and the president is my daddy" before he signed.