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Trump asked intelligence chiefs to deny evidence of Russia collusion


In March, President Trump asked the head of the National Security Agency and the Director of National Intelligence to deny evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Meanwhile, Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn has said he will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights rather than comply with a subpoena. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports for TODAY from the White House.