Senator Calls Trump Admin Relationship With Russia 'Suspicious'

Wochit Headline News - Saturday, 14 January 2017
Chris Coons said Friday that it "seems very suspicious" that President-elect Donald Trump's pick for national security advisor spoke to Russia's ambassador to the United States on the same day the Obama administration announced sanctions against Russia for alleged hacking during the presidential election. Michael Flynn on December 28, the day before sanctions were announced, and the two spoke by phone the next day.

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