Michael Flynn and other advisers of the candidate in presidents of the United States Donald trump were in regular contact with the Kremlin officials: only for the last seven months of election campaign, there were at least 18 calls and emails sent to Moscow locations, which was not previously known, may 18, writes the news Agency Reuters in an exclusive article, which the authors refer to former and current White house officials.
The article reports, in particular, about six telephone conversations between Sergey Kislyak, Russian Ambassador to the United States, and Michael Flynn, adviser to trump national security.
Sources say that the talks have increased after November 8, 2016, when it became known about a victory of trump. The parties discussed the creation of a special channel of communication between the American and Russian presidents to bypass the Department of homeland security UWB, which they considered a hindrance to the strengthening of bilateral relations.
The Agency reminds that in January of this year, the White house strongly denied such contacts, confirming only four meetings Kislyak with trump’s advisors during the election campaign.
However, sources stress that no evidence of violations of the law in the course of these contacts, no, but the fact plays into the hands of the FBI and Congress that will increase the pressure on trump and his team.