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Flynn has been lobbying for his foreign and domestic clients while he's been receiving security briefings as part of Trump's team.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who has reportedly been offered the role of national security adviser in Donald Trump’s White House, began receiving classified national security briefings last summer while he was also running a private consulting firm that offered “all-source intelligence support” to international clients.
Flynn’s relationship with his overseas clients is coming in for new scrutiny amid recent disclosures that two months ago, during the height of the presidential campaign, his consulting firm, the Flynn Intel Group, registered to lobby for a Dutch company owned by a wealthy Turkish businessman close to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey.
He had technicians secretly install an Internet connection in his Pentagon office, even though it was forbidden.
There was also the time he gave classified information to NATO allies without approval, an incident which prompted an investigation, and a warning from superiors.