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 Former Trump's national security adviser was paid by Russia, - Washington Post

Before resigning under pressure as President Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn submitted a personal financial disclosure form to federal ethics officials that failed to note speaking fees he received from Russia-related entities in 2015, new filings show.

Censor.NET reports citing The Washington Post.

The White House released both sets of the forms Saturday as part of broad release of documents a detailing the financial holdings of top administration officials.

Flynn's initial form was submitted to the Office of Government Ethics and the White House on Feb.11 - just days before he was forced to leave his post amid controversy over his contacts with Russia's ambassador.

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Flynn later noted the payments on an amended form he signed Friday that listed among his sources of income the Russian government-backed television network RT, a U.S. air cargo company affiliated with the Volga-Dnepr Group and the U.S. subsidiary of Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab.

As Flynn's disclosure shows, he earned at least $1.3 million in the past year, including more than $827,000 through his consulting firm, Flynn Intel Group.

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