Lawyer: Michael Flynn in talks with Congress about immunity

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  • fight4liberty Herriman, UT
    April 1, 2017 11:48 a.m.

    @thegullible, Michael Flynn would be stupid to not ask for immunity during the staged faux attacks on the new administration, just as those called in on the HRC hearings last year.

    The depth of corruption within all three branches of government goes far and wide long and deep for decades. Anyone who has to hang their hat on a party only does so to get elected, and will swing both ways to get their results. Any of we the people that have to cling to a party have their eyes wide shut! There are so many factions within each so called party, that makes a functioning congress almost impossible.

    With the advancement of digital technology the ability to deceive is at an all time high world wide. With the latest outing of the CIA software Marble, where they can make it look as if another country is hacking their target instead of the CIA, gives them
    advantage. It seems that many of the 17 intelligence agencies no longer work within the constrict of our government, but work as an independent agency with their own agenda.

    So to believe the boy crying wolf aka Democrats and left leaning media would be stretch. The wolf will catch up with this whole debacle.

  • worf McAllen, TX
    April 1, 2017 10:42 a.m.

    LOU Montana,

    Sorry! I don't make criminals of people finding success, or being Republicans. I don't make criminals of all Democrats.

    $15 billion off the debt is a step in the right direction with along way to go.

    Like the media, credit will never be given when a positive is done.

  • JoeBlow Far East USA, SC
    April 1, 2017 8:35 a.m.

    @fight

    "It has been proven and the inteligence concurs there is no evidence of tampering with voter machines and voter registration, therefore there was nothing Russia did to put Trump in office other than the incompetence and corruption of Hillary Clinton."

    Couple of things.
    -One can certainly affect the election without "tampering with voter machines".
    -Do you think that there is nothing damaging in the emails of those in the RNC? Both parties have scandals and skeletons. The Russians exposed DNC worts in an effort to sway the election.

    Bottom line. Both sides are corrupt. Can you imagine if the Russians hacked and released some of Trumps emails instead of that of the DNC? Think the election could have gone the other way? I am guessing you would have been livid, and Chaffetz would be investigating.

  • Daedalus, Stephen ARVADA, CO
    April 1, 2017 8:22 a.m.

    This initial drama and intrigue, was completely foreseeable, as is the slow, tortured reckoning through which America must slog for the next 2-3 years as we fully unwind this situation.

    Political junkies and apathetic non-voters alike will be tempted to get caught up in the inside baseball minutia and low-brow palace intrigue as the Trump administration unravels. But we must not forget how and why America let this happen.

    The genius of our governance system and the rule of law will guide us through yet one more peaceful transfer of power, as embarassing and painful as it promises to be. However this will take time and attention away from other known and unknown needs. Thus America is entering another hazardous period of distracted vulnerability, with the same weird uncertainties as we had in 1973-1975. Which is why this self-inflicted wound is so frustrating, a predictable result of our collective carelessness.

    I believe the American model will emerge stronger. And that our enemies -- both foreign and domestic -- will be weaker and increasingly marginalized. But the next few years will be tougher if we lose sight of how and why we got here.

  • LOU Montana Pueblo, CO
    April 1, 2017 7:59 a.m.

    Worf, $15 billion off the debt?

    Gee! Did you consider the wealthy who get that much off taxes every day and they make little to no contributions to new jobs. Then they hide trillions in offshore accounts.

    YUP! GO REPUBLICANS!

  • marxist Salt Lake City, UT
    April 1, 2017 1:08 a.m.

    @Sportsfan123 "Both you and marxist are suggesting I have been influenced by Russian propaganda ? Please feel free to expound on that assertion."

    OK, let me give an example from my own experience. I supported Bernie Sanders against Hillary Clinton. On facebook there were many stories about Clinton fixes in the various Democratic primaries which presumably destroyed Sanders' chances. Some of them were true, but many more were utterly false. They were stories invented by Russians, and I was taken in by them. I will be more discerning next time - I hope.

    BTW, I still think the Democrats made a catastrophic mistake not nominating Sanders. And yes, Clinton is plenty dirty in her campaign tactics. But the Russian influence was crucial in sinking her against Trump.

  • fight4liberty Herriman, UT
    April 1, 2017 12:25 a.m.

    @gary blows

    "Once again you agree with Putin, you're taking sides with our nations greatest geopolitical foe".

    Whats wrong, gary, sportsfan points out the obvious and the only thing you can do is deflect with ridicule. This is a typical leftist Saul Alinsky liberal response because you have nothing else factual to say to disprove the facts.

    You said, "our inteligence community concurs, Russia hacked the DNC for the purpose of putting Republicans in office"

    Yes that is a fact, Russia hacked the DNC. However all they did was expose the corruption of the Hillary campaign which exposed John Padesta's scheme to hijack the DNC away from Bernie Sanders, and collusion with community groups to create chaos at Trump rallies.

    It has been proven and the inteligence concurs there is no evidence of tampering with voter machines and voter registration, therefore there was nothing Russia did to put Trump in office other than the incompetence and corruption of Hillary Clinton.

    Infact I make you the same challenge that sportsfan did, to admit Hillary is corrupt.

    As to Russia being the #1 geopolitical foe - I offer this, per Obama, "the 80's called they want their foreign policy back".

  • worf McAllen, TX
    March 31, 2017 11:16 p.m.

    Hmm? If Hillary had won the election:

    * nothing would be said of a Trump collusion with Russia.
    * the national debt would not have shrunk by fifteen billion dollars.
    * more Americans would be paying fines for not affording health insurance.
    * an effort to increase our taxes would be in full swing.
    * be likely in war with Russia.
    * more refugees to populate, and reshape America.
    * Clinton Foundation would be prospering rather than closing down.
    * Carrier Air conditioning would be in Mexico.

  • LOU Montana Pueblo, CO
    March 31, 2017 4:54 p.m.

    As a ship sinks the rats are the first to jump.

  • GaryO Virginia Beach, VA
    March 31, 2017 4:13 p.m.

    RE: “This is all propaganda my friend you'd be smart to realise its not Russia”

    Once again, you agree with Putin. You’re taking the side of our nation’s greatest geopolitical foe over America.

    All of our nation’s intelligence agencies concur. Russia ATTACKED us. They hacked the DNC for the purpose of putting Republicans in office. They succeeded. This may be the worst attack on American soil ever . . . Worse than 911 . . . Worse than Pearl Harbor. As the Russians realize, NOTHING can hurt America like Republican leadership.

    Why do you discount our intelligence agencies and instead support the Russians?

  • Sportsfan123 Salt lake, UT
    March 31, 2017 3:45 p.m.

    @gary O

    Both you and marxist are suggesting I have been influenced by Russian propaganda ?

    Please feel free to expound on that assertion.

    I get my propaganda from the MSM outlets, like CNN, FAUX, MSNBC, 60 minutes....etc

    Are you both suggesting that our very own propaganda machine aka the MSM is influenced by Russia?

    I dont get my news from any other source, so between marxist and you making claims that Trump won the election because of Russian influence please share the evidence because the govt hasnt given us any. They have already stated there is no evidence of voter fraud, voter machine fraud, etc.

    CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBS, CBS all but crucified Trump in the news. Infact all left sided news outlets claimed that Hillary was ahead in all of the major polls before the election, we now know that wasnt true.

    Nunes is reporting Trump was infact electronically surveilled by our intelegence community incidentally not intended to be surveilled. Yet someone unmasked the names of the trump aides which is against the law, and then illegaly leaked to the media, and you want to believe that was coincidental.

    This is all propaganda my friend you'd be smart to realise its not Russia

  • GaryO Virginia Beach, VA
    March 31, 2017 2:17 p.m.

    Hey Sportsfan -

    RE: "If you read my posts you can see that I dont care for Trump much and really dislike Hillary. "

    Well . . . You have probably been influenced by Russian propaganda and don't know it.

    Everything you say is in agreement with Russian propaganda. Do you think that is just coincidental?

    RE: " You can see this govt is in shambles neither party is functioning . . . "

    See? That is exactly what the Russians want you to think. And you oblige them.

    Discerning citizens, on the other hand, think for themselves.

  • libs think what??? Salt Lake City, UT
    March 31, 2017 1:59 p.m.

    interesting. Flynn is trying to find a way get information out. Lois Lerner hid behind the 5th. Tell me, libs, who is really more interesting in getting the truth out?

  • oaklandaforlife SLC, UT
    March 31, 2017 1:41 p.m.

    Oh, oh...A skunk in the carrot patch. Just wondering why our Utah Senators are being very, very silent on this one.

  • Sportsfan123 Salt lake, UT
    March 31, 2017 12:27 p.m.

    @marxist

    Wow, you said that" I have been conditioned by Russian propaganda and dont know it".

    You said,"Hillary's behavior pales in comparison to what Trump has done".

    You said,"Trump would not have been elected without Russian support, which was a masterpiece in media manipulation".

    You took the bait.....

    If you read my posts you can see that I dont care for Trump much and really dislike Hillary. The point I was trying to make is that everyone is so one sided, look at what is going on objectively without your own political bias. You can see this govt is in shambles neither party is functioning, that is a major fail for all citizens.

    Trump has never committed purjury like Hillary, Trump has never left a US diplomat out to dry to get killed by terrorist then make up a fictitious lie about a anti muslim video. Trump has not exposed national security to Russian hackers by having an unprotected email server, and so on and so on.....

    Not sure what news you listen too, but CNN, MSNBC,NY TIMES, nothing but negative spew regarding Trump. Basically Faux news is the only MSM outlet for tv had anything positive regarding Trump.

    Your clames are baseless.

    Our MSM is all propaganda

  • one vote Salt Lake City, UT
    March 31, 2017 11:38 a.m.

    He may need three types of immunity. One for his Russia Hat, One for his Turkey agent hat, and one for his Red MAGA Hat.

  • 65TossPowerTrap Salmon, ID
    March 31, 2017 11:18 a.m.

    Lock him up - lock him up - lock him up. Funny how what goes around comes around. I think Mr Flynn will be eating prison food long before Ms Clinton.

  • marxist Salt Lake City, UT
    March 31, 2017 11:10 a.m.

    @Sportsfan123 "Lets hear from anyone who is liberal, dem leftist admit that Hillary is bad. "

    I think it likely you have been conditioned by Russian propaganda and don't know it.

  • JoeBlow Far East USA, SC
    March 31, 2017 10:38 a.m.

    "While many debate the pro's, and con's of Democrats, & Republicans, they don't see what's really going on."

    Worf,

    Exactly right. Both parties are taking us down the tubes. They are just taking slightly different routes. If we would all just quit being so enamored with our party and demand that our politicians do what is best for America, things might change.

    Instead, we put party over country.

  • marxist Salt Lake City, UT
    March 31, 2017 10:29 a.m.

    @Sportsfan123 "Lets hear from anyone who is liberal, dem leftist admit that Hillary is bad. Anyone in govt of her stature that could be so reckless as to put national security at risk by purposely ignoring the rules of govt and put herself and others in danger by conducting govt business on a unprotected email server I would not want her in a position of power."

    I am a socialist so we would have lost with Clinton, and we have definitely lost with Trump. But simple fact is, Hillary's behavior pales in comparison to Trump &Co's dealings with a fascist power - Russia.

    Trump will not last in office another 6 months. But then we will have to deal with Pence and Ryan - we lose again.

    And for the record, Trump would not have been elected without Russian support, which was a masterpiece of media manipulation.

  • one vote Salt Lake City, UT
    March 31, 2017 10:27 a.m.

    Lawyer Up time, especially if they follow the money form Russia.

  • Thomas Thompson SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    March 31, 2017 10:12 a.m.

    They won't give him immunity unless he has something to give them in return. I suspect he does, and it may not bode well for Mr. Trump.

  • worf McAllen, TX
    March 31, 2017 10:03 a.m.

    Remember when the media just reported news?

    Today, it seems they rule the country, and except Donald Trump, many politicians are merely their puppets.

    While many debate the pro's, and con's of Democrats, & Republicans, they don't see what's really going on.

    Absolutely no reason for our country being twenty trillion in debt, having poor education, arming the world with military weapons, or living in poverty.

    Has Congress done anything positive in the past twenty years? Three fourths of them have become millionaires while in office.

    How is our tax money being spent? Where does it go?

    Wake up America! We're not a nation of beggars.

  • Daedalus, Stephen ARVADA, CO
    March 31, 2017 10:00 a.m.

    Know how gravity accelerates the velocity of an object...it picks up speed as it falls? Such is this story.

    Word is now the bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee has rejected Flynn's proposal, at least for now, before they hear from Sally Yates. Which means they may not need Flynn's info as much as he desires protection from criminal prosecution.

    Remember, the Watergate break-in and then the cover-up and obstruction was dealing with a single petty crime and could be contained among a relatively small number of loyal, competent, and disciplined upper-level staff. The fact they were all in cahoots and the original break-in was so obscure helped keep it contained...thus the digging and digging and single well-placed source used by Woodward and Bernstein.

    Here we are dealing with many events and people, where there appear to be some high-placed folks who have clean hands, and those that don't are clueless and bumbling enough not to even try to cover their tracks, or those of their bosses.

    Trump may not last through May.

    But the process may take years to fully unravel and prosecute and make Watergate look like a picnic in the park.

    Thanks GOP!

  • Sportsfan123 Salt lake, UT
    March 31, 2017 9:55 a.m.

    As a republican and a conservative, I personally would not want someone capable of commiting treasonous acts against this country in a postion of power. Trump was right to have him removed from national security.

    Its sad that we dont hear that coming from the left when it comes to Hillary Clinton.

    Lets hear from anyone who is liberal, dem leftist admit that Hillary is bad. Anyone in govt of her stature that could be so reckless as to put national security at risk by purposely ignoring the rules of govt and put herself and others in danger by conducting govt business on a unprotected email server I would not want her in a position of power.

    Lends to the question as to why the American people selected Hillary and Trump as the top two candidates for president.

    We selected a non-politician wealthy spoiled brat old guy, and a corrupt career politician who was currently being investigated for treason as our candidates, think on that for a minute folks. This is an indictment on the american people, makes you wonder where our society is going when we cant elect govt officials who actually have integrity and honesty in their character.

    All of this is shameful to the founding fathers

  • There You Go Again St George, UT
    March 31, 2017 9:51 a.m.

    Where there's smoke...there's fire.

    The same individual who lead the lock her up chant... now needs immunity.

    The same individual who suggested anyone who seeks immunity is obviously guilty... now seeks immunity.

    This is the same individual who has been with trump from the beginning.

    Birds of a feather flock together...

    Or...

    Birds of a feather...Lawyer up...

    The latter seems to be the operational definition of trumps continuing reign of error.

  • GaryO Virginia Beach, VA
    March 31, 2017 9:26 a.m.

    Even with immunity, can we believe this Trumping guy?

    Flynn has NO credibility with reasonable people.

    He is a renowned "Conservative," isn't he?

  • Lia Sandy, UT
    March 31, 2017 9:21 a.m.

    During the election, Flynn condemned Hillary Clinton campaign aides for seeking immunity during the probe into Clinton’s private email servers.

    “When you are given immunity, that means you’ve probably committed a crime,” Flynn had said on NBC.

  • Sportsfan123 Salt lake, UT
    March 31, 2017 9:13 a.m.

    @ute fan

    You say "make him testify under oath, and if he commits perjury then lock him up".

    You weren't saying that when Hillary lied before congress about her email scandal, that was infact perjury, gives credence to the question asked of Director Comey as to why her testimony before congress wasnt included in his investigation of her email scandal. There is a level of hypocrisy and it definitely shows even at the level of the average citizen based on your comments.

    If Flynn did something wrong, I guess we will find out, and I would agree anyone seeking immunity would suggest a measure of guilt. The fact the term used "unfair prosecution" would also suggest this is a witch hunt.

    The house investigative commitee has already expressed the fact that this investigation will not decide who sits in the white house, but its about protecting our country from foreign powers. So those of you who hate Trump dont get your hopes up that he will get impeached.

    I think this is a case where Trump made bad choices in selecting his staff.

    Nunes also has info that could be daming to our very own inteligence community, seems there is wrong doing on both sides, soap opera material, sad!

  • Prometheus Platypus Orem, UT
    March 31, 2017 8:04 a.m.

    Trumps is probably readying (having someone write it for him) his resignation speech.

    It's become obvious he has no interest in governing, he just wanted to win, and the poorly educated handed him his "win" now he just wants to do an "American Idol" style promotional tour, to feed his ego.

    The failing Trump administration continues. Sad.

  • Hutterite American Fork, UT
    March 31, 2017 7:58 a.m.

    Didn't someone once suggest that he who seeks immunity is all but admitting guilt? I think it was Michael Flynn who said it.

  • Happy Valley Heretic Orem, UT
    March 31, 2017 7:58 a.m.

    MDM66441 said: "...spoke on conditions of anonymity..." and I stop reading.

    Let me help you out with your bias for propaganda...

    Mike Flynn, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, has told the Federal Bureau of Investigation and congressional officials investigating the Trump campaign’s potential ties to Russia that he is willing to be interviewed in exchange for a grant of immunity from prosecution, according to officials with knowledge of the matter.

  • Lia Sandy, UT
    March 31, 2017 7:47 a.m.

    This entire GOP regime stinks. It's filthy..floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall.

  • FanOfTheSith Vernal, UT
    March 31, 2017 7:43 a.m.

    I wonder what story is he going to tell if they do give him immunity.

  • Vermonter Plymouth, MI
    March 31, 2017 7:24 a.m.

    @Utah Blue Devil.
    You hit the nail on the head. Why would anybody being investigated or testifying in the Russia-Trump-Surveillance-Election Hack Case, Democrat or Republican not want immunity in today's hyper-polarized political world? I'm not sure why you even feel the need to ask such a question.

    Everyone in Washington and surroundings knows that there is likely going to be a huge amount of politics as we continue through the process, and hopefully a little bit of justice at the end of the process.

    But, since Washington, both Democrat, Republican, and especially the mainstream media seem determined to make this the centerpiece of government action for the next year or so, let's get everyone who has anything to do with this on the record--Michael Flynn, Sally Yates, Evelyn Farkas, etc., etc., etc.

    Let the chips fall where they may. There is a segment of the American people that care not one whit if this brings down Trump, Pence, Obama, or Hillary. This segment is sick of all the silly games, and that is by and large why they voted for Donald Trump.

  • MDM66441 Junction City, KS
    March 31, 2017 6:31 a.m.

    "...spoke on conditions of anonymity..." and I stop reading. This requires more trust in the media than I am willing to give right now. It has been a very long time since I've seen it in DN, however, so I am concerned that I may be losing my current primary news source.

  • JoeBlow Far East USA, SC
    March 31, 2017 5:52 a.m.

    Anyone remember Jason Chaffetz? My My he sure has been quiet in all of this.

    But, he has found a couple of things that give him concern.

    1- information was leaked. Nevermind about the information. Lets concentrate on who leaked it.

    2- Chaffetz "said on Thursday that top White House aide Kellyanne Conway’s promotion of Ivanka Trump’s clothing line was “unacceptable” and “clearly over the line.”

    So, rest assured. Russia may be trying to affect our elections, and high ranking US officials are overly cozy with them, but Chaffetz has bigger fish to fry.

  • UtahBlueDevil Durham, NC
    March 31, 2017 5:37 a.m.

    More reading on the subject this morning and you come across Flynn's own quote that only guilty people need immunity. Interestingly prophetic I guess. I will withhold judgement of what it is Flynn may need immunity from, but he obviously has information that this is much broader than we know right now. I have a hard time believe, even as much as I dislike Trump, that he willingly collaborated with the Russian's, but I do see it as completely conceivable that Trump or parts of his campaign were manipulated.

    We shall see if we ever get the full story here. We never did with Iran-Contra. Unlikely we learn more about this episode.

  • Bob67 Glenn Dale, MD
    March 31, 2017 4:25 a.m.

    President Trump promised to drain the swamp, but he added invasive foreign species.
    Like the Russian banking toads, and other exotic creatures from Russia, that didn't come with love for us.

    Fortunately, the 'gators are going to get him.

    The investigators!

  • PamFlinders Sandy, UT
    March 31, 2017 12:32 a.m.

    I'm glad the FBI has kept on this because the Republican congress has been absolutely useless. Wrong doing should be investigated whether it's Hilary, President Trump or anyone else.

  • Daedalus, Stephen ARVADA, CO
    March 30, 2017 11:22 p.m.

    In 40 years, "Michael Flynn" is the name today's 7 year-olds will still remember when the Trump presidency comes up in conversation the way "John Dean" stuck with me for years after that odd summer vacation in 1974, when my parents and older brothers stayed glued to the TV in the hotel watching the Watergate hearings.

    Halderman, Mitchell, Ehrlichman?

    Sure...my parents remembered those names, much like folks reading this won't forget the names Bannon, Kushner, and Preibus any time soon.

    But "Michael Flynn"..rolls off the lips, simple and easy, perfect to stick in a youngster's mind, just like "John Dean" 40+ years ago.

    Flynn, like Dean, has his own style and manner, which we will see again and again, as a star witness. Repeat performances in front of Congress, magazine covers, memes, etc.

    But it was just a matter of time. Early money was on Carter Page cutting the first deal, but Flynn has been conspicuously missing from Fox News, so he is not a huge surprise.

    The news on Flynn does not signal the beginning of the end...rather just the end of the beginning, of another sad and ugly chapter of US history authored by the GOP.

  • Jbejarano Eagle Mountain, UT
    March 30, 2017 11:02 p.m.

    Michael Flynn Jr denied these allegations of the media on his twitter account not long ago.

  • Ralph Salt Lake City, UT
    March 30, 2017 10:34 p.m.

    In Soviet Amerika, swamp drains you!

  • GingerMarshall Brooklyn, OH
    March 30, 2017 9:44 p.m.

    Prosecutors say "first one on the bus gets the best seat..."

    And while Flynn may be first he certainly will not be alone on the bus.

    This has potential to be bigger than Watergate and Iran Contra combined, and will undoubtedly include a wide net of corruption and sell-outs and collaborators.

    The swamp will be drained by removing Trump, his buddies, and much of the GOP.

    That will make America a pretty good place again.

  • 10CC Bountiful, UT
    March 30, 2017 9:32 p.m.

    From the party that claims superior respect and knowledge of the Constitution, we have this gem:

    "You have to keep in mind that (Nunes) works for the president. He reports to the president" - Ted Yoho, Republican of Florida. (Apparently his election as a Representative, and his chairmanship of the House Intelligence committee in the *Legislative* branch of our government are hobbies?)

    Reporter: "Doesn't he work for the people of his district?" Yoho: "Actually, he works for both".

    Yikes!

    (I think Ted Yoho is extremely fortunate he's being upstaged by much bigger, more powerful people making equally dumb - or dumber - statements, and mistakes.)

  • Utefan60 Salt Lake City, UT
    March 30, 2017 9:05 p.m.

    Make him testify under oath and if he commits perjury, then LOCK HIM UP! The hypocrisy that this regime is perpetrating is unbelievable. And the saddest deal is the GOP is holding on to this dishonesty so they can continue to gut our country for their benefit. The rich get the tax breaks and the poor lose their insurance. This is unreal.

    Where is Lee, Hatch, Chaffetz, Love, Bishop, Stewart and the other GOP "leaders" here in the state? Hiding?

  • Impartial7 DRAPER, UT
    March 30, 2017 8:46 p.m.

    Only one reason to give a suspect immunity. To name a bigger fish. Only one fish bigger than Flynn was.

  • 10CC Bountiful, UT
    March 30, 2017 8:12 p.m.

    Today we saw a new phase in this circus: The White House (essentially) revealing they've been monitoring the investigation, and will attempt to modulate the message by releasing selective bits of evidence to the Congressional Intelligence committee leaders.

    ...*after* the NY Times named the two Intel officials within the White House staff that showed Rep. Nunes the evidence that caused him to leave the WH grounds, then announce the next day he had very "troubling" information that caused him to march back up and show the White House.

    Remember when Obama directed a "deep dive" into the Intel about Russian activities related to our election? Then he directed the securing of the data, before he left office.

    This isn't close to being over, folks.

    The big questions remaining are: 1) How far up does this go? and 2) How much punishment Republicans are willing to absorb as this plays out.

  • Utah Girl Chronicles Eagle Mountain, UT
    March 30, 2017 7:38 p.m.

    No one asks for immunity without committing criminal acts. It seemed apparent at the time of the Republican National Convention that any distinguished general who leads a crowd in chanting "Lock her up!" in front of a national audience must have some serious mental issues. If so, then maybe we should go easy on him.

    But we're talking about treason here. We're talking about outrageous ineptitude by Donald J. Trump. We're talking about selling out and double dealing here. The Trump administration backed Flynn 100% even after Sally Yates told them Flynn was susceptible to blackmail. Republicans are in meltdown mode because Yates wants to testify under oath. The truth Yates wants to impart has Trump and Bannon freaking out. Truth isn't their game at all.

    Enough with blaming the media, Republicans. The media is going to bring this entire gang down. You're going to hate that but we have good reason to be thankful the media is doing their job.

  • UtahBlueDevil Durham, NC
    March 30, 2017 7:37 p.m.

    If he did nothing wrong.... why would he be worried about this? It wouldn't be that he saw how these same like committees treated the Clintons, would it? Or does he really have something to hide. Why does he need immunity again?