The man tapped to be national security adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, retired Gen. Michael Flynn, exchanged text messages and spoke with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, in December — around the time of the Obama administration’s response to Russian interference during the presidential campaign, a spokesman for Trump acknowledged Friday.
The plot thickens.
What does it mean? Could be nothing. Could be something. Either way, the timing is suspect. Flynn and others in Trump’s administration are way to cozy with the Russians.