Max Bergmann

Center for American Progress / Moscow Project

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Max Bergmann is a senior fellow with the Center for American Progress, and co-founder and senior advisor to the Moscow Project. From 2011-2017 served in the State Department under President Obama.

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What benefit was Flynn trying to negotiate with the Russians in return for an end to sanctions? Did the Russians have anything to offer that was in the interests of the US?

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