Federal Judge Just Delayed Michael Flynn's Sentencing But Not Before Eviscerating Him in Open Court With an Epic Takedown
Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's sentencing has been delayed by a federal judge pending Flynn's ongoing cooperation with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Mueller recommended a lenient sentence for Flynn due to his "substantial assistance" to the special counsel's probe. The parties will reconvene in March to readdress Flynn's eventual sentence, hinting that Mueller's probe is far from over.
Internet Prankster Just Updated That Website Rudy Giuliani Accidentally Tweeted, and We Can't Wait for the Next Update
Remember that website Rudy Giuliani accidentally tweeted? It got an update.
Jason Velasquez, an Atlanta digital marketing director, decided to buy the domain G-20.In into which he wrote: “Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country."
CNN Legal Analyst Explains Which Unredacted Line in Robert Mueller's New Memo Should Worry Donald Trump the Most
Americans everywhere were glued to their phones and constantly refreshing news sites on Tuesday in anticipation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's sentencing recommendation for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Flynn pleaded guilty to one charge of lying to the FBI regarding the nature of his talks with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
When the memo finally emerged, it predictably offered no smoking gun. While it was heavily redacted, it did reveal that Flynn had spoken with Mueller's team 19 times and the Special Counsel recommended little to no prison time due to Flynn's "substantial assistance" regarding the investigation into Russian interference of the 2016 campaign. Both developments appear foreboding for President Donald Trump.
Michael Flynn Got a Taste of His Own Medicine When He Showed Up for Court Yesterday, and Twitter Can't Get Enough
Disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn experienced a full circle moment today.
Nearly two years after Flynn railed against Hillary Clinton with chants of "Lock her up!" in a speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention, protesters outside of a D.C. federal courthouse got their revenge, shouting "Lock him up!" as Flynn exited his vehicle.
A bombshell New York Times report reveals that President Donald Trump's lawyer, John Dowd, floated the idea of Trump pardoning two of his former top advisers, Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort, of charges related to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. The information comes from several people with knowledge of these discussions who spoke to Times reporters.
Two people familiar with how the legal team operated said Dowd "took the lead" in dealing directly with attorneys for both Flynn and Manafort.
New York Times OpEd Lists All the Ways Donald Trump Has Obstructed Justice, and It's More Than Nixon
While impeaching President Donald Trump in a Republican controlled congress remains unlikely, New York Times op-ed columnist David Leonhardt states the pieces to assemble an Article of Impeachment for Obstruction of Justice exist. And he laid them them all out on Sunday.
Is serious consideration of impeachment fair? I think the answer is yes. The evidence is now quite strong that Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice."
"Many legal scholars believe a sitting president cannot be charged with a crime," Leonhardt stated. "So the proper remedy for a president credibly accused of obstructing justice is impeachment."