A former Trump campaign adviser who is one of the central figures in the controversy over alleged ties between Russia and the campaign claims the allegations have led to significant violations of his civil rights.
A member of the House Oversight Committee expressed his outrage Tuesday night after the leaders of his committee revealed that President Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn failed to properly disclose payments from Russia and Turkey, saying there is no doubt Flynn broke the law and that he could be looking at years behind bars.
Congressional investigators have quickly waded back into their investigations into the Trump campaign's ties to the Russians after returning from a two-week recess, with panels focused on narrower questions emerging with new actions this week.
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