washington - A months-long inquiry into contacts between Russian government officials and associates of President Trump's campaign and business interests will continue despite the firing of national security adviser Michael Flynn for misleading White House officials about his communication with Russia, a U.S. official told USA TODAY on Wednesday.
The federal inquiry - which has amassed intercepts of telephone calls, business records and subject interviews - is looking at how Russian offici
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