Listen: Trump wishes ex-adviser Flynn 'good luck' as sentencing nears
"Me Rocca. Let's just take a brief sidebar, Mr Flynn, who is away. Waiting sentencing dumped his last lawyer and has taken on a new one. We know this, thanks to the president's tweet this morning. General Michael Flynn, the thirty three year war hero, who has served with distinction has not retained a good lawyer. He has retained a great lawyer. Sydney Powell best wishes and good luck to them. Both. Sydney Powell is a frequent contributor and guest on Fox News. Well known in the Republican legal world, what does all this mean to you does anything? Get your attention there. I mean, the whole thing really gets your attention. I can't tell you exactly where this is going. But look, first of all, Flynn, is about to be sentenced, this, judge has signalled very pretty clearly that he was planning on sending Flynn to jail. And we have no reason to think yet that that would have changed. I think Flynn is going down a different path. He thinks, well, if I'm going to go to jail with this judge, then I might as well, roll the dice on a pardon and Trump is certainly signaling that he is amenable to that, by that tweet. I mean I thought that tweet was astonishing. Because first of all, he supposedly fired Flynn because he was not an honest man who had lied to the vice president. I mean for Hinton now go back and he's doing the dance that he did. With Manafort, and with Cohen, the oh, he's a good man. He's a good man. I mean he's holding out something for him now, the possibility of the pardon, and this at a time when Flynn is being subpoenaed to congress. There is still very much Lynn could do in his cooperation in his testimony now with congress and Trump knows that and I think this is his way of holding out this pardon holding out the possibility it hasn't worked out for Manafort. So I don't know."