Maybe it should be "Lock him up!"
Flynn resigned as Trump’s national security adviser in February.
Over about seven months, the special counsel's team has spent millions of dollars looking into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Former ethics officials have suggested the actions should be considered an obstruction of justice.
Schwartz says he believes Robert Mueller has got Trump dead to rights on Russian collusion.
Could Trump be indicted for having obstructed justice?
Special counsel Robert Mueller has announced his first charges, but the investigations by lawmakers are mired in partisan politics.
The apparent meeting came after Flynn’s legal team reportedly stopped working with Trump’s lawyers.
One former aide went so far as to say that Mueller is “someone that can’t accept the fact that he screwed up.”
If former national security adviser Michael Flynn cooperates in the Robert Mueller probe, he could lead investigators to the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, says the Obama Administration's ethics czar.
The former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York notes that prosecutors accept cooperation only for 'substantial assistance.'
Senator Chris Coons is calling for a hearing into Dana Boente’s abrupt resignation.
Trump's son-in-law reportedly asked a friend about the reach of the investigation.
Known to rage about the investigation, the president may be getting shielded from special counsel Robert Mueller's work by his legal team.
Music publicist Rob Goldstone says he may have puffed up the language of the email, but "I didn’t make up the details."
George Papadopoulos claims he personally met with President Donald Trump in an introductory meeting that the White House has not acknowledged and was authorized to represent the president abroad.
Sixty percent of American voters feel the investigation is being conducted fairly, a poll shows.
The proof is in the emails, according to former Watergate prosecutors, who wish they had the computer evidence special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators is equipped with.
House Judiciary Committee Democrats say they will force Sessions to reveal more about Russia meetings.
Former Watergate prosecutors told Newsweek the White House communications director could find herself in legal jeopardy for fabricating statements about the Trump campaign's contacts with Russian operatives during the 2016 election.