The Defense Department inspector general has opened an investigation into retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, and whether he sought approval from Pentagon officials before receiving payments from foreign governments, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said today.
The top Democrat on the House Oversight released three new documents on Flynn, included an April 11 letter from the I.G. confirming the investigation.
Another document, an unredacted version of the letter members viewed in a classified setting from the Defense Intelligence Agency, indicates that the DIA “did not locate any records” relating to Flynn’s receiving foreign payments, or any records that he sought permission to do so. Read more at ABC News.