washington - Michael Flynn feels nothing in front of a Senate Commission to make a statement about possible Russian interference in the US presidential election. CNN News Channel was told Monday that Donald Trump's former national security advisor will appeal to the constitutional right that he does not have to testify against himself.
The Senate Intelligence Services Committee had instructed Flynn to have previously asked him to provide all information about his contacts with the Russians. The former General, who was fired in February after letting go of talks with the Russian ambassador, refused to cooperate so far.
Flynn is one of the most important witnesses in this affair, which also involves the FBI and the federal court.