U.S. National Security Adviser General Michael Flynn delivers a statement daily briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 1, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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President Donald Trump appeared increasingly under threat from the Russia collusion probe Wednesday after a court filing revealed that his former national security advisor Michael Flynn cooperated extensively in multiple high-level investigations over the past year. A sentencing recommendation late Tuesday from Russia probe head Robert Mueller that Flynn spend no time in jail explained that the retired three-star general had given "substantial assistance" to his and other secret, high-level investigations.Cohen made clear that, contrary to the president's previous denials, he had informed Trump and members of his family about the project throughout the first half of 2016, even after Trump had secured the Republican presidential nomination.After having condemned Cohen as a liar and saying he deserved a "full and complete" jail sentence, Trump was notably silent early Wednesday about the implications of what Flynn may have told investigators.Trump recently installed an acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, who has strongly criticized Mueller for supposedly overreaching in his investigation.
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