Former national security advisor Michael T. Flynn has opted to invoke Fifth Amendment rights and refuse subpoenas issued by the Senate Intel Committee.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 22, 2017
- The Senate Intel Committee subpoenaed Flynn on May 10th for records relating to his communication with Russian officials.
- House and Senate Intel Committees have yet to accept an earlier offer from Flynn’s lawyers to testify in exchange for immunity.
The Senate Intel Committee has now received responses from three Trump associates asked to provide records on interactions with Russian officials: Carter Page, an associate not yet revealed, and Michael Flynn.