Couple of questions.
First, Pence knew that Flynn was acting as an agent of Turkey during the transition period. As acting head of the Transition team he vetted the General, and surely that information would have been immediately available. Also, Flynn's lawyers notified White House attorneys that he had been acting as an agent of Turkey, and should he register that status? The WH lawyers told him that he should do "what he think is best." Finally, there were reports by AP and others documenting Flynn's work for the foreign government.
Why did our VP allow a man working for a foreign government give and receive national security briefings of the highest order? How does this comport with his relentless attacks on others (albeit horrible DemocRATS) whose security lapses pale by comparison?
Secondly, has Wilbur Ross divested from that Cypriot Bank linked to all those Russian oligarchs yet? I know that he resigned his chairmanship after he was confirmed as Commerce Secretary.
Third, will the Trademark Rights that Chinese courts suddenly granted be seen by Republicans as possibly, kind of, maybe being, well, emoluments? Many experts in Chinese intellectual property rights say these were granted in surprisingly efficient fashion, and that Trump's being president of the United States influenced the decision. But it isn't what is true that is important, it is what is perceived to be true that counts, in this case, by the GOP.
Fourth, if the current administration is shown to be actually staffed by folks who suborned Russian involvement in our electoral process, using Russian hacking laundered through Wikileaks as a way of disseminating propaganda as part of a quid pro quo to loosen US & EU sanctions on Russia, how might America deal with the scandal? Will the racists and haters see the grand bargain as just what was required to keep Hillary and her dykes out of office and continue to support the administration, perhaps violently? Or would patriotism win out, and spur a moment of shared disgust at those who would sully our nation by such measures? Would the GOP continue to support gerrymandering and blocking minority voters, or would they begin to see the folly of such divisive moves?