“…how about the positive side of General Flynn’s ledger?”
Tempest, meet teapot.
“If they were so badly mistreated, why wouldn’t they be worthy of pardons?”
“It would not play well.”
Plus: was Trump thisclose to making Christie VP?
Treason? Come on, man.
Is this worth going to jail?
“Cooperators usually go last.”
“The agents did not provide General Flynn with a warning of the penalties for making a false statement…”
“The documents do not provide specifics about what exactly Mueller has learned from Flynn…”
“The president still hasn’t made a decision.”
“…which may give additional insight into Flynn’s veracity”
“…there are notes taken by a career, non-partisan law enforcement officer who was present.”
Trump not too crazy about Flynn, but thinks he deserves better than Comey.
“He didn’t think of bringing his own lawyer.”
“…unlike Flynn, she was not paid to attend the dinner”
No pardon for Flynn … yet?
“other allegations of the ‘whistleblower’ are equally false and unfounded”
What did the president say, and when did he say it?
“Mike has been putting everything in place for us.”
Rosie’s rage and tears probably weren’t meant to provide us with laughs…
Or was it the transition?
Not necessarily, but …
They would no doubt like to, but…
Out of character?
“Any quid-pro-quo deal such as the alleged agreement between Flynn and Turkey would be illegal…”
Smoke but no fire? Somebody was smoking something
“We talked about some other stuff”
“Mueller’s politically charged inquiry will now look into Flynn’s paid work as a lobbyist for a Turkish businessman in 2016”
“Ambassador Sergei Kislyak reported to his superiors in Moscow…”
“Investigators believe Kushner has significant information relevant to their inquiry…”
“It is unclear, however, whether Russian officials actually tried to directly influence Mr. Manafort and Mr. Flynn.”
“I think he was put into an impossible position.”
“…a business does not have a right to take the Fifth”
“Flynn told security clearance investigators that he was paid by ‘U.S. companies’ when he traveled to Moscow”
But they are apparently the same
Nadler: “Shocking and dangerous.”