Donald Trump wants to claim he didn't know about Michael Flynn now, after he fired people for telling him the truth?
Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates tells NBC's Andrea Mitchell "I’ve been a prosecutor for nearly 30 years, and I can tell you I’ve personally prosecuted obstruction cases on far, far less evidence than this" when it comes to the evidence that Trump obstructed justice.
Sally Yates: Trump Would Have Been Indicted If He Wasn't President, Based On 'Devastating' Mueller Report
The former deputy Attorney General tries to cut through all the obfuscation and spin to the essentials: Donald Trump tried to obstruct justice in the investigation into Russian interference in our democratic elections.
Yates tells Anderson Cooper what she said, Trump caught in yet another lie.
Acting AG for Trump, Sally Yates told CNN's Anderson Cooper that she was very clear in her warnings about Gen. Michael Flynn and the risks he posed for the WH.
The only crime was leaking Flynn's name to the Washington Post. The Russian stuff is just rumours, evidence and 'facts' aside.
Ironic, coming from a guy who is too slow to grasp almost everything.
Jake Tapper mocked the Trump administration's excuses for not acting sooner in firing Gen. Flynn.
CNN's Jake Tapper mocked the Trump administration for taking eighteen days to fire Gen. Michael Flynn after learning about his detrimental conduct.
Being blackmailed by a foreign government doesn't rate very high within Trump's White House.
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