Sep 13, 2017

Flynn Promoted Nuclear-Plant Project While in White House - WSJ

As President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn promoted a controversial private-sector nuclear power project in the Middle East that had once involved Russian companies, according to former security-council staffers and others familiar with the effort.

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