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Senate's investigation into reputed Russian electoral interference, a top congressional Republican said Thursday. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr told news media late Thursday morning that Flynn's attorneys told him the former adviser won't obey a subpoena to cooperate as part of the panel's Russia probe. Special counsel appointed to oversee Trump-Russia investigation – politics live. An important difference between the FBI director and a special counsel, according to CBS: the special counsel cannot be fired by Trump.
Looks like it wasn’t just the White House that was kept out of the loop on the special counsel, per CNN’s Jim Acosta. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi has a more measured response to the appointment of a special counsel. “A special prosecutor is the first step, but it cannot be the last,” the congresswoman said in a statement, pointing out that Mueller “will still be in the chain of command” of the justice department. Mueller “cannot take the place of a truly independent outside commission that is completely free from the Trump Administration’s meddling,” she said. “The question also remains: will Mueller’s investigation include President Trump’s attempt to intervene in the investigation of Michael Flynn?”