Additionally, a report from McClatchy DC alleges that Flynn had told outgoing national security adviser Susan Rice to delay a military operation using Syrian Kurdish forces to retake Raqqa, a major Syrian city and one of the Islamic State's remaining bastions.
The White House has refused to comment on the revelations and Flynn's attorney declined to comment when contacted for confirmation.
This is some transition team Mike Pence ran.
In April, Flynn (pictured) met with a small group of loyalists in Virginia to discuss future business opportunities.
Former FBI director James Comey, fired by Trump on May 9, has said Trump tried to get him to drop the Flynn investigation.
Both sides reportedly felt that the bureaucracy of the national security apparatus of the United States was a block to improved relations between the two countries.
Legal experts say it's unlikely Flynn would agree to turn over the personal documents because he would be waiving his constitutional protection against self-incrimination by doing so.
McGahn knew a lot and he knew it early.
Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) told reporters Flynn has not been working with the Senate Intelligence Committee as its probes his foreign ties. To do it also knowing that there would be a "NSA SUBJECT OF FEDERAL PROBE" headline in the offing is baffling.
Despite all this, Trump made Flynn his National Security Advisor knowing that he was suspected of working as an undeclared lobbyist for a foreign government, and then during the transition Flynn used his position to affect US policy to suit the Turkish government's preferences.
At the time, Vice President-elect Mike Pence told CBS's "Face the Nation" that there was no contact between the Trump team and Russian officials during the election campaign.
Meanwhile, Flynn still isn't cooperating with the congressional investigations. While this claim is still being investigated, Reuters stated that sources informed them that his campaign had been in contact with the Kremlin 18 times past year.
Though it's anyone's guess as to whether Trump has the wherewithal to conduct a private channel of communication with Putin, considering the 70-year-old rotten apricot casually gave away highly classified Israeli intelligence to Russian officials at last week's meeting in the Oval.
Emails, text messages, letters, phone records and information about financial and real estate holdings associated with Russian Federation were among the information requested by the committee.
Flynn is at the center of that investigation. And that's not a claim Flynn himself denied.
The people close to Mr. Flynn said he believed that when that warning did not dissuade Mr. Trump from making him national security adviser, the Justice Department opened its investigation into his lobbying work.
He is separately being investigated by the Defense Department's inspector general.
Flynn was forced to resign after only 24 days in office.