Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's lawyers have indicated that their client will not comply with a subpoena to provide documents related to the Russia investigation to the Senate Intelligence Committee, according to the Associated Press.
BREAKING: Top Republican on Senate intelligence panel says Michael Flynn's lawyers say he will not honor subpoena.— The Associated Press (@AP) May 18, 2017
Some social media users are already wondering whether Flynn, who was fired earlier this year for misleading the White House about his contact with Russian officials, should be held in contempt of Congress for rejecting the committee's wishes.
Flynn could be held in contempt of Congress for not complying with Senate subpoena. Penalty is max $1K fine or 1 year imprisonment pic.twitter.com/bmJpkavhXV— Emily C. Singer (@CahnEmily) May 18, 2017