12/29/2016: US announces new sanctions opposite Russia. Michael Flynn and Russian envoy Sergey Kislyak pronounce on a phone.
1/15/2017: The Washington Post initial reports on a call. Vice President Mike Pence says Flynn didn’t plead sanctions.
1/16: Trump officials say a call was focused on scheduling a call between Trump and Putin.
1/23: US officials contend investigators are scrutinizing several calls between Flynn and Russia’s ambassador. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer says Flynn told him that sanctions were not discussed on a calls.
2/10: Trump says he is unknowingly of reports that Flynn might have oral about sanctions during a calls and says he will “look into that.”
2/10: A US central confirms that Flynn and Kislyak did pronounce about sanctions, among other matters.
2/12: White House process executive Stephen Miller says: “I don’t have any information one approach or another to supplement anything to a conversation.”
2/13: Russia again denies all allegations to CNN: “We have already pronounced there haven’t been any.”