The White House, already embroiled in a self-inflicted crisis, lurched into a new one Monday as administration officials and members of Congress reacted to reports that President Donald Trump had shared highly classified intelligence with visiting Russian officials in the Oval Office.
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn misrepresented details of a call with him and had to resign as national security advisor. Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with him twice during the presidential campaign, and has now recused himself from any investigation into Russian interference in the election. Who is this man that keeps getting Trump administration officials in trouble, just by meeting with them amid these tense times with Russia? Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak.