The Wall Street Journal: Virginia Democrat Warner petitions Trump’s acting intelligence chief to declassify all reports on Flynn-Kislyak contacts

The Wall Street Journal

Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida share a laugh during a July 2018 discussion of Russian election interference at the Atlantic Council in Washington. Warner, the ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is described as having worked effectively with the committee’s chairman, Richard Burr of North Carolina, who temporarily stepped down this week amid an investigation of his stock-market trades at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Rubio was tapped as the committee’s acting chairman.

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WASHINGTON — President Trump’s acting intelligence chief was asked Wednesday by a leading Senate Democrat to declassify all intelligence reports of conversations between Michael Flynn and Russia’s former ambassador, which led to his prosecution on charges of lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation as part of the investigation by former special counsel Robert Mueller.

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