NBC: FBI found nothing suspicious in conversations Flynn and Kislyak

Earlier, the press Secretary, the White house said that the conversation of the current national security Advisor and the Ambassador of Russia in the United States was benevolent in nature

The FBI had tapped the telephone conversations of the current adviser to the President of Donald trump on national security Mike Flynn and the Ambassador of Russia to the USA Sergei Kislyak, but not found in their content nothing wrong, reported the broadcaster NBC News.

Citing an unnamed source in the us intelligence community, the broadcaster announced that the Bureau never conducted an official “investigation” of the December telephone conversations Flynn and Kislyak.

According to a source from NBC News, this was part of the routine recording of conversations Kislyak, which led intelligence officials

The conversation between Flynn and Kislyak held on the same day when President Barack Obama announced introduction of sanctions against Russia in connection with its alleged interference in the presidential elections in the United States, according to the broadcaster.

The intelligence source told NBC News that Flynn and Kislyak spoke repeatedly. Other media, including the Wall Street Journal reported that it is a “series of calls”.

However, commenting on the publication of the Wall Street Journal, the press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer told reporters Monday that Flynn and Kislyak only once talked on the phone, and the conversation was friendly in nature.

Spicer said that the participants discussed the plane crash which killed members of a Russian military choir, a possible conference on ISIS in Syria and organizing a telephone conversation between trump and the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.