Mueller Probing Possible Deal Between Turks, Flynn During Presidential Transition
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking into whether ousted National Security Adviser Michael Flynn agreed to an alleged offer of roughly 15 million dollars for a quid-pro-quo with the Turkish government just weeks before Trump’s inauguration, four sources tell NBC News.
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