Trump wishes Mike Flynn every success, praises a new lawyer who has attacked Mueller

President Donald Trump has praised online the new lawyer of former security adviser Mike Flynn, who fired at Mueller's probe, asked for pardon for her client and sent Trump MAGa greetings.

Flynn brought his new lawyer, Sidney Powell, after working together for months with the investigators of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. He dismissed his previous lawyer when the conviction approached, after prosecutors insisted that his cooperation be taken into account.

Trump called Flynn, a former lieutenant general who led the Defense Intelligence Agency before being fired by President Obama, a & # 39; war hero & # 39; which he wished good luck.

Former national security lawyer Mike Flynn

Lawyer Sidney Powell

Lawyer Sidney Powell

President Donald Trump praised the former lawyer of the national security adviser Michael Flynn, Sidney Powell

& # 39; General Michael Flynn, the 33-year-old war hero who has served with distinction, has not retained a good lawyer, he has retained a GREAT ADVOCATE, Sidney Powell. Best wishes and good luck to both of them! & # 39; Trump wrote.

The Powell postings reveal a stream of criticism of Mueller's cult and praise for Trump.

She called the Mueller probe & # 39; creepy on a mission & # 39 ;, Robert Mueller accused & # 39; s chief prosecutor of & # 39; terrorist tactics & # 39; and has argued that Flynn should withdraw its guilty plea.

She called the Mueller probe & # 39; creepy on a mission & # 39;

She called the Mueller probe & # 39; creepy on a mission & # 39;

She called the Mueller probe & # 39; creepy on a mission & # 39;

Her book fell the & # 39; corruption & # 39; from the Ministry of Justice and she recently sent a call back for Flynn to get a presidential grace

Her book fell the & # 39; corruption & # 39; from the Ministry of Justice and she recently sent a call back for Flynn to get a presidential grace

Her book fell the & # 39; corruption & # 39; from the Ministry of Justice and she recently sent a call back for Flynn to get a presidential grace

She tweeted & # 39; HAPPY BIRTHDAY & # 39; greetings to Trump, complete with emoji & # 39; s, and wrote a book called & # 39; License to Lie & # 39; which they use the & # 39; corruption & # 39; of the Ministry of Justice.

She also retweeted to #PardonFlynnNow after the Mueller team conducted in-depth investigations into Trump's use of potential grace for key witnesses in the probe.

Last week, Flynn suddenly fired his lawyers for his conviction to lie to the FBI.

Flynn has terminated Covington & Burling law firm & # 39; & # 39; after being represented by partner Robert Kelner in a series of high-stakes legal conflicts.

Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators, worked for months with special counselors from Robert Mueller, who stated that information is useful.

Kelner was the recipient of a voicemail from President Trump's former lawyer, John Dowd, who included Mueller in the report, in which several cases of potential obstruction were investigated by the president.

Judge Emmett Sullivan, who oversees the case, released on Friday.

In the message transcript, Dowd Kelner asks for a & # 39; head-up & # 39; if Flynn has information that the president & # 39; implies & # 39 ;, according to a non-closed document.

Dowd pointed out Trump and & # 39; his feelings toward Flynn & # 39; also on a call referred to in the Mueller report. & # 39; I am sympathetic; I understand your situation, & D 39 says Dowd in the message.

Thursday's submission of advice gives no reason for Flynn's decision.

One of President Trump's lawyers asked a National Security Advisory Mike Flynn lawyer for a & # 39; head-up & # 39; in connection with incriminating information

One of President Trump's lawyers asked a National Security Advisory Mike Flynn lawyer for a & # 39; head-up & # 39; in connection with incriminating information

One of President Trump's lawyers asked a National Security Advisory Mike Flynn lawyer for a & # 39; head-up & # 39; in connection with incriminating information

President Flynn, former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, his lawyer Robert Kelner and the wife of Flynn, Lori Andrade, arrive at the federal court in Washington, Tuesday, December 18, 2018

President Flynn, former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, his lawyer Robert Kelner and the wife of Flynn, Lori Andrade, arrive at the federal court in Washington, Tuesday, December 18, 2018

President Flynn, former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, his lawyer Robert Kelner and the wife of Flynn, Lori Andrade, arrive at the federal court in Washington, Tuesday, December 18, 2018

This sketch in the courtroom shows former national security adviser Michael Flynn, former president Donald Trump, standing, flanked by his lawyers, listening to the American district judge Emmet Sullivan, right, while he speaks about Flynn and points to the American flag within the federal court in Washington, Washington, Tuesday, December 18, 2018. Sullivan agreed to postpone Flynn's conviction so that he can continue to cooperate with the Russian probe

This sketch in the courtroom shows former national security adviser Michael Flynn, former president Donald Trump, standing, flanked by his lawyers, listening to the American district judge Emmet Sullivan, right, while he speaks about Flynn and points to the American flag within the federal court in Washington, Washington, Tuesday, December 18, 2018. Sullivan agreed to postpone Flynn's conviction so that he can continue to cooperate with the Russian probe

This sketch in the courtroom shows former national security adviser Michael Flynn, former president Donald Trump, standing, flanked by his lawyers, listening to the American district judge Emmet Sullivan, right, while he speaks about Flynn and points to the American flag within the federal court in Washington, Washington, Tuesday, December 18, 2018. Sullivan agreed to postpone Flynn's conviction so that he can continue to cooperate with the Russian probe

The Ministry of Justice has released the transcript of a voice mail dated November 22, 2017, but has yet to follow an order to release the transcript of Flynn's talks with Russia's former ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak.

Judge Sullivan broke loose at a 2018 hearing after the legal team at Flynn filed a case that suggested that his lies were not as bad as those of other defendants – while Flynn assumed responsibility for his crimes.

& # 39; The decisions I have made, made by [co-counselor Stephen] Anthony, are all ours and should not, in this case, reduce and in any way reduce the acceptance of responsibility by General Flynn, & # 39; said Waiter at the time.

Flynn has collected $ 5 million in legal bills ABC reported in March.

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