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FBI Won't Push To Charge Flynn For Denying Sanctions Talk

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FBI Won't Push To Charge Flynn For Denying Sanctions TalkWatch VideoThe FBI says it won't pursue charges against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn for what he told investigators about his pre-inauguration phone conversation with the Russian ambassador to the U.S.

Flynn told FBI investigators in a Jan. 24 interview that he didn't speak to Sergey Kislyak about...
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News video: Flynn denied talking sanctions to FBI: report

Flynn denied talking sanctions to FBI: report 00:41

The Washington Post reporting Thursday that former national security advisor Michael Flynn denied to the FBI that he discussed sanctions with Russian envoy Sergei Kislyak. Flynn's interview with the FBI could expose him to charges. Jonah Green reports.

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