The new disclosures contained two filings, one made last February and a second dated Friday.
Flynn seems to have an ongoing problem with disclosing things. That process was suspended, however, after he resigned.
"General Flynn certainly has a story to tell", Kelner has said, "And he very much wants to tell it, should circumstances permit".
NBC News and other outlets, citing documents released by Democrats on the House Oversight committee, have previously reported that RT paid Flynn more than $45,000, plus perks, to speak at its tenth anniversary gala in December 2015.
The new financial disclosure also shows Flynn was compensated by political groups, government contractors, technology firms and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which paid him a $5,000 consultancy fee. Flynn has given no explanation as to why there is a discrepancy between the two reports.
"The fact is that we know for a fact the Russians tried to change the outcome of our election, attacking the very fundamental of democracy". The subsequent disclosure does not list how all of his compensation broke down monetarily, however, but is reveals sources that paid him $5,000 or more in a year.
John McCain said Nunes had "killed" the bipartisan cooperation needed for the House to have a successful investigation and pointed to the Senate intelligence committee as a hopeful example of a productive, bipartisan dynamic.
"It doesn't need to be done, you know, by night through stealth at the White House".
Flynn Intel Group received $530,000 in payments from the company and acknowledged in its registration as a foreign agent that the work may have benefited the Turkish government.
If proof exists that Rice went beyond unmasking and was responsible for the leaking of Trump transition official Michael Flynn's conversations with Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak - and there is no proof of that to this point - then it absolutely warrants closer scrutiny. Peter King suggested Tuesday that the committee has agreed to bring in key figures who worked with the Trump campaign and were in communication with Russian officials. White House chief strategist Steve Bannon made up to $2.5 million.
The New York Times and Washington Post identified three White House officials that reportedly helped Nunes gain access to documents he said were relevant to Trump's claims. Schiff is smarter than this White House, and he is not going to stop coming after them in this investigation.
Trump won the election, but thinks it's his vanquished opponent whose ties to Russian Federation should be investigated. Is Donald Trump's disgraced national security adviser really prepared to turn on him? Schiff said Sunday. "It was told me. that these materials were produced in the "ordinary course of business.' The question for the White House and Mr. Spicer is, "the ordinary course" of whose business?"".