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Nancy Brinker: Flynn Doesn't 'Want to Talk' About Russia

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By    |   Tuesday, 23 May 2017 09:13 PM

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's decision to invoke the Fifth Amendment before Congress really means he does not "want to talk about it, for whatever reason," former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary Nancy Brinker told Newsmax TV.

"I really think you have to be careful," Brinker, host of "Conversations With Nancy," told Miranda Khan on "Newsmax Now."

"Sometimes, if it looks like it, it acts like it, it talks like it, it is it – and yet we don't know quite what the 'it' is.

"There is something that happened," she added. "A lot of people knew that there was some issues with Gen. Flynn before he took the office.

"So, careful screening, a new president, an uncertain staff, a chief of staff not quite ready to be in place or not ready at the moment in time to help do this, and White House counsels.

"All this means is that we have to get a better grasp on all of this and make sure people are in place to manage a lot of these issues.

"But as far as his guilt or not," Brinker told Khan, "when you plead the Fifth, it means you just don't want to talk about it – for whatever reason."

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Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's decision to invoke the Fifth Amendment before Congress really means he does not "want to talk about it, for whatever reason," former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary Nancy Brinker told Newsmax TV.
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