Senate committee may call on Flynn to testify amid Russia questions

Flynn resigned Monday as national security adviser.

Flynn resigned from his post Monday amid a swirl of questions about his calls to the Russian ambassador ahead of the inauguration. He also apologized to the vice president for misleading him about the communications, an official told ABC News.

“We will cast a wide net to look at individuals who can provide us additional insight into what went on,” Burr told ABC News.

Trump has maintained he has no connections with or economic ties to Russia, as he insisted in this Jan. 11 tweet.

And while calls between Flynn and the Russian ambassador are under investigation no clear evidence of wrongdoing has been found as of yet.

While Republicans mostly insisted that the investigation should be limited to those committees that have already begun Russia investigations, Democrats say that's not enough -- calling for a bipartisan committee to investigate as well.