Is Michael Flynn turning on President Trump? [Video]

National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is at the center of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigations into possible Russian meddling in the Presidential election. Because of the Mueller investigation, Flynn’s lawyers are no longer sharing information with the White House. This has led to massive speculation that Flynn has turned on the President. 

Alan Dershowitz was on FOX News and this was the main subject of the interview. The one thing that Mr. Dershowitz focused on was how Michael Flynn would perform as a witness. Also, see the comments about which side would benefit most from his witnessing. This will give you something to think about.

As Written and Seen First on Fox News:

Attorneys for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn have reportedly informed President Donald Trump’s legal team that they can no longer discuss Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Many on the left have speculated that this means Flynn is cooperating with Mueller’s investigators or is negotiating to do so, which they argued could be worrisome for President Donald Trump.

On “Fox & Friends” this morning, Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said he doesn’t think this is a big deal.

“His lawyers are very smart. What they’re doing is they’re holding up Michael Flynn and saying, ‘He can be bought or at least rented by either side,'” Dershowitz said. “If the president wants him, he can pardon him. If the president won’t pardon him, he’ll flip and become a prosecutional witness.”

He said Flynn’s credibility as a witness, however, is “worthless,” because he’s been accused of perjury and he’s shown the willingness to make a deal with either side…….


Alan Dershowitz on Left’s Speculation That Michael Flynn Is Turning on Trump | Fox News Insider

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