Members of Senate’s investigation say Flynn is testing his limits by ignoring their requests to turn over documents, and warn he risks being held in contempt

Congressional investigators on Tuesday issued a fresh warning to Michael Flynn to turn over documents pertaining to the investigation of Russian interference in the US election, escalating pressure on Donald Trump’s former national security adviser to either comply or risk being held in contempt.

Leaders of the Senate intelligence committee, which is overseeing one of the three separate inquiries into potential ties between Trump’s campaign and Moscow, announced two new subpoenas for Flynn’s business records a day after he rejected earlier requests for documents by invoking his fifth amendment right against self-incrimination.

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