Convicted former national security adviser Michael Flynn proved to be valuable in the Russia investigation because he informed the special counsel that people connected to the Trump administration or Congress had contacted him, discussing his cooperation and potentially attempting to obstruct the investigation, newly unsealed court records show. read whole article

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