The former acting attorney general expressed her concern over former national security advisor Michael Flynn in an exclusive CNN interview.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates said she didn’t think anybody in the intel community had doubts that President Trump’s national security advisor Michael Flynn was a threat to national security, during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Tuesday.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper had asked Yates about her meetings with the Trump administration on Flynn, when Cooper also asked if Flynn was a threat to America’s national security.
“Absolutely,” Yates replied.
“You have no doubt about that,” Cooper followed up.
Yates replied, “I don’t think anybody in the intel community has a doubt about that.”
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