Former CIA chief Brennan answers, "No, sir," when asked if he's heard of any attempts to interfere with Flynn investigation. Brennan still has the highest security clearance.
May 23, 2017, "Brennan Shoots Down Claim Trump Tried to Kill Flynn Probe," Daily Caller, Richard Pollock
"Brennan was President Barack Obama’s CIA Director from March 2013 to
the end of his administration on January 20, 2017. He retains the
nation’s highest security clearance and it is common for former
intelligence community (IC) leaders to stay in touch with former
Rep. Adam Schiff, the California Democrat and ranking minority member
of the House intelligence committee, raised the issue of alleged Trump
attempts to drop the investigation of Flynn in Tuesday’s hearing.
"“In respect to a number of allegations made recently that the
president or his aides may have sought to enlist the help of members the
IC [intelligence community] or Director Comey himself to drop the Flynn
investigation,” Schiff said. “Have any members of the IC shared with
you their concerns that the president was attempting to enlist the help
of people within the intelligence community to drop the Flynn
“No sir,” Brennan replied.
Brennan did not limit his answer to his time as Obama’s CIA chief as
he did in other responses to the committee, but confidently described
his remarks to apply to the present day."...