Warner: ‘No Evidence’ Trump ‘Did Appropriate Due Diligence’ on Flynn

‘The Trump Administration had to fire him because he didn’t fully disclose these contacts with the Russians’

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WARNER: "General Flynn was basically relieved of his command or in effect fired by the Obama Administration. And in leaving he was warned, as any other retiring military officer that you can’t accept payments from foreign governments without reporting them. Unfortunately it appears they received those payments and this was fairly public knowledge that he went to Russia. He then became part of the Trump campaign, became part of the Trump Administration, the Trump Administration had to fire him because he didn’t fully disclose these contacts with the Russians. Yet there seems to be no evidence that the Trump Administration did appropriate due diligence before bringing him into this very senior position, albeit shortly."

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