President Trump Sends Message To General Flynn Ahead Of Sentence With Judge Sullivan

President Trump sends his message to General Flynn ahead of today's sentencing with Judge Emmet Sullivan in Federal Court. Photo credit to US4Trump compilation with Observer/Screen Shot and Newsmax insert.President Trump sends his message to General Flynn ahead of today's sentencing with Judge Emmet Sullivan in Federal Court. Photo credit to US4Trump compilation with Observer/Screen Shot and Newsmax insert.

General Flynn will be in Court for his sentencing by Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan in Washington today.

President Trump – in his transparent style – tweeted “good luck” to the embattled Lieutenant General. (MORE BELOW.)

Facing up to six months of jail time – Flynn will know his future.

The former National Security Adviser, Lieutenant General Flynn is scheduled Tuesday for sentencing in his case where he plead guilty last year for lying to the FBI under intense pressure from the Mueller special counsel.

Early this morning, President Trump issued a thoughtful acknowledgement toward Flynn as he faces his sentence.

President Trump tweeted, “Good luck today in court to General Michael Flynn. Will be interesting to see what he has to say, despite tremendous pressure being put on him, about Russian Collusion in our great and, obviously, highly successful political campaign.”

Additionally, Trump ended with a very strong statement and said, “There was no Collusion!”  (MORE BELOW.)

General Michael Flynn’s guilty plea may be “tossed altogether.”

“Mueller has recommended a lenient sentence for Flynn due to his cooperation in multiple investigations. – Reported by Gregg Re (@gregg_re on Twitter),” Fox News’ legal analyst said.

Fox News reported, “some experts and lawmakers have predicted Flynn’s guilty plea will be tossed altogether.” What do you think the odds are of Flynn’s sentence being tossed?

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See President Trump’s tweet below: 

 

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