Former US national security adviser Michael Flynn will provide some documents related to Russia's intervention in the US presidential election to the Senate’s Intelligence Committee. This is reported by AP with reference to an anonymous source.
A person close to Flynn says he will turn over documents related to two of his businesses as well as some personal documents the committee requested earlier this month. The person says Flynn plans to produce documents by next week.
Earlier it was reported that Trump’s ex-adviser Flynn was receiving payments from Russia Today, according to The Washington Post. Former Trump's national security adviser submitted fees he had received from Russian companies in the new financial disclosure.