Trump adviser took call from Russian ambassador in December -Trump aide

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January 13, 2017 18:28

 
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US President-elect Donald Trump's incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn took a call from the Russian ambassador last month, and discussed setting up a call between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin after Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20, a Trump spokesman said on Friday.

The Dec. 28 call followed text message exchanges initiated by Flynn on Christmas Day, in which he wished the ambassador a merry Christmas and said he looked forward to "touching base with you and working with you," Trump spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters.

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