So on top of everything else, special counsel Robert Mueller might now be investigating an international conspiracy to kidnap a Turkish cleric.
A new report in The Wall Street Journal says Mueller is looking into a December 2016 meeting former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his son Michael Flynn Jr. had with Turkish government officials.
During that meeting, the Flynns were allegedly offered $15 million to hand over Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen to the Turkish government.
One source told the Journal the possibility of forcing Gülen onto a private plane and flying him to a Turkish prison island reportedly came up.
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Michael Flynn has seemed more than willing to help; on Election Day, he penned an editorial calling Gülen a radical terrorist.
He later disclosed he had been paid over $500,000 for work that benefited the Turkish government.
As of Friday evening, Michael Flynn hadn't commented on the Journal report.
But his spokesman denied similar allegations in the past.