Chairman Richard Burr, a Republican from North Carolina, and Vice Chairman Mark Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, announced Wednesday that the committee has demanded all documents relevant to its investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 election. They also ask for information about any financial or real estate holdings related to Russian Federation, including any since divested or sold.
Washington Post: Yates says she warned White House Flynn could be "blackmailed" - "Former acting attorney general Sally Yates said Monday she warned the top lawyer in the White House that then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn could be blackmailed by Russian Federation, and gave the White House a private warning 'so that they could take action'".
Federal prosecutors have issued grand jury subpoenas seeking business records from people who worked with former US national security adviser Michael Flynn when he was a private citizen, CNN reported on Tuesday.
Flynn was sacked by Trump in February after less than a month on the job.
Page has already replied to the committee numerous times, saying he will not cooperate with their request until Senate investigators ask former President Barack Obama's administration for his communications - an allusion to Page's accusation that he was targeted by the Obama administration.
In March, Kelner said in a statement that Flynn had a "story to tell" but no reasonable person would agree to be questioned by the committee without "assurances against unfair prosecution".
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Other congressional committees and the Pentagon's inspector general are also separately examining whether Flynn was fully forthcoming about his foreign contacts and earnings from organizations linked to the governments of Russian Federation and Turkey.
Investigators have been looking into whether Flynn properly disclosed payments from clients with links to foreign governments, including Russian Federation and Turkey, CNN said.
The Flynn subpoena also comes one day before the committee is scheduled to hold an annual hearing with the heads of the various government intelligence agencies to discuss worldwide threats.
In December 2015, Flynn was paid $45,000 to speak at an event hosted in Moscow by the Kremlin-backed network RT, during which he was seated with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Turkish payments under scrutiny are part of $530,000 worth of lobbying and investigative work that Flynn's company, Flynn Intel Group, performed for a Turkish businessman.
The pair spoke several times over the next two days, with McGahn asking Yates how Flynn had fared during an interview with the Federal Bureau of Investigation earlier that week - she did not answer - and why it was the concern of the Justice Department if White House officials had misled each other.