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President Trump confronts complicated problems as the investigation widens into Russia's attack on our political system.Michael Flynn's forced resignation as national security adviser this week, after concealing details of his contacts with a Russian diplomat, has been blurred by Trump's contradictory comments.Why would Flynn have hidden for weeks that he talked with Kislyak about those anti-Russian sanctions, or have denied it to the FBI, as The Washington Post reported late Thursday?Here's where the timeline gets intriguing: The White House said in a Dec. 29 conference call with reporters that Obama had informed Trump about the impending sanctions on Dec. 28, one of the days when Flynn communicated with Kislyak, according to the Trump team.Given the magnitude of Russia's cyberattack on America, it remains puzzling that Flynn and Trump were so cavalier about the U.S. government's attempt to hold Moscow accountable. That's one reason investigators keep asking what contacts the Trump team had with Russia before the election.
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