(Bloomberg) — Susan Collins, Republican member of Senate Intelligence Cmte, says she’ll request Congress call on former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to testify as part of panel’s probe of Russian meddling in 2016 elections.
- “We’re not going to exclude anyone from our review, and it will be thorough, accurate, bipartisan and in-depth,” Collins tells Maine Public during interview
- Asked about potential subpoena of President Trump’s tax returns, Collins says, “I don’t know whether we will need to do that”
- “If it’s necessary to get to the answers, then I suspect we would”
- NOTE: Flynn resigned as national security adviser on Feb. 13 after misleading Vice President Mike Pence and other officials about having discussed U.S. sanctions on Russia with country’s ambassador in Dec.