Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contact with Russia’s ambassador to the United States [File: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters]

The United States House Intelligence Committee has sent a letter to Michael Flynn, a former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, demanding he testify before the panel on September 25, a committee aide said on Monday.

In a letter sent on Friday and seen by Reuters news agency, the committee said Flynn had failed to comply with its subpoena, served on June 12, or cooperate with its efforts to secure his compliance.

Lawyers for Flynn did not immediately respond to Reuters’s request for comment.

Flynn, a retired US Army lieutenant general, resigned as Trump’s national security adviser in February 2017.


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