WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former National Security Advisor to US President Donald Trump, attorney Michael Flynn told a federal judge on Tuesday that she raised the case with the president but asked him not to grant a pardon.
"I spoke to the President about this case once to inform him of the general status of the dispute," said Flynn's defense attorney Sidney Powell at a trial on Flynn's criminal case. "I only discussed this case with the President recently when I asked him not to issue a pardon."
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