Burr told reporters Thursday that Flynn's lawyer informed the panel he will not abide by a subpoena for private documents.
The Trump administration has repeatedly denied collusion with Russian Federation. Do you think they need to tone it down? Richard Burr, announced that Flynn would not be complying with the Senate's subpoena - although he later walked that back by saying that he'd not yet gotten a "definitive answer" from Flynn's lawyer. "Consistent with the committee's position since the beginning of or investigation, I welcome their willingness to cooperate", Burr said.
Burr said Thursday that the committee is continuing to interview others as part of its probe including people affiliated with the campaign.
Senators slapped Flynn with a subpoena last week in their investigation into ties between President Donald Trump's campaign associates and Russian interference.
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Flynn's attorney Robert Kelner did not respond to phone messages and emails seeking comment.
Despite the disclosure, Trump appointed Flynn as his national security adviser.
Trump's beleaguered White House was hit with yet another explosive allegation on Wednesday, after a New York Times report alleged that the US President's transition team knew that Flynn.was under federal investigation for secretly working as a paid lobbyist for Turkey weeks before the President's inauguration.
Flynn Intel was paid only $530,000 for the work, which ended in November after Trump's election victory.
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The communications had been intercepted by the US intelligence community because they involved Russian officials, who are routinely monitored for national security concerns. Emails, text messages, letters, phone records and information about financial and real estate holdings associated with Russian Federation were among the information requested by the committee.
If Flynn declines to comply with the subpoena, the intelligence committee could have little legal recourse. The Intelligence Committee would have to vote whether to issue a citation for contempt, and if so, the full Senate would then vote on it.
"The criminal contempt process takes forever - you vote [for] it and then it goes to the USA attorney and he has to decide what to do with it", senior counsel Stanley Brand of the Akin Gump firm told Politico. "If they go the civil route, it takes just as long".
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