Flynn reportedly cut ties with Trump, indicating potential cooperation with Mueller

Flynn reportedly cut ties with Trump, indicating potential cooperation with Mueller

It is not unusual for legal teams working for the defence to share information during large criminal investigations.

The New York Times first reported the change Thursday, citing four people involved with the case, and added that it could be "an indication that Mr. Flynn is cooperating with prosecutors or negotiating ... a deal".

Prosecutors are especially interested in Kian's work on behalf behalf of Turkey, whose government earlier this year reportedly lobbied Flynn to illegally extract a controversial imam living in Pennsylvania just weeks before Donald Trump's Presidential inauguration.

"No one should draw the conclusion that this means anything about General Flynn cooperating against the President", Sekulow added.

Flynn departed the administration in disgrace amid revelations he lied about his contacts with Russia's Washington envoy Sergey Kislyak.

"Can you believe that the disrespect for our Country, our Flag, our Anthem continues without penalty to the players", he said, shortly after the New York Times reported former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn could be moving to cooperate with an investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation.

The White House has said that neither Mr. Flynn nor other former aides has incriminating information to provide about Mr. Trump.

Flynn's lawyers told the lawyers of the American head of state that he will no longer be able to discuss the investigation into Muller with them.

The grand jury convened for the investigation and will soon have a chance to question individuals witnesses about Kian's activities, NBC News reported.

Mueller is now conducting a special investigation to look into Russian interference in the 2016 election and any potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Both have pleaded not guilty.

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