Even before Donald Trump was elected president, the rumors of Russia's involvement in the election and his campaign were running rampant. Since Election Day, many of those alleged rumors have been proven factual, with yet another bombshell possibly being uncovered over the weekend.

Flynn goes rogue

Not long after Donald Trump shocked the world with his historic upset win over Hillary Clinton last November, retired Gen. Michael Flynn was tapped to become the new National Security Adviser. However, Flynn wouldn't last long in the role after it was revealed that he had been in contact with top Russian government officials just weeks after the election.

Due to Trump's alleged ties to the Kremlin, the pressure mounted on the White House to make a move, and Flynn was asked to resign from his position. Since then, other members of Trump's campaign, or well-known outside advisers, have been exposed for their link to Russia. During a March 25 broadcast on CNN, a network analyst reported that Flynn may have reached a deal with the FBI to inform on Trump and the administration.

Appearing on a Saturday CNN broadcast panel was Juliette Kayyem, the network's national security analyst, who revealed potentially troubling information about Michael Flynn and Donald Trump.

After confirming that three former Trump advisers, including ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort, former consultant Carter Page, and ex-campaign adviser Roger Stone, would all testify about their alleged ties to Russia in front of the House Intelligence Committee, Kayyem decided to shift the focus back to Flynn.

"The one name not mentioned is a name I mention often on this show, Mike Flynn," Kayyem pointed out.

"From my sources and from open reporting, Mike Flynn is the one who may have a deal with the FBI and that's why we have not heard from him for some time," Kayyem continued.

Moving forward

If Michael Flynn has reached a deal with the FBI to inform on the Donald Trump administration, it could potentially open doors to even more information linking the billionaire real estate mogul and his team back to Russia.

Despite the president denying any wrongdoing, evidence continues to push back against the White House and contradict Trump's rhetoric.