The Flynn plea agreement contains a "cooperation" section, one that did not appear in the agreement for George Papadopoulos.
Far-right social media users are looking for a scapegoat for the latest turn in the Russia investigation.
In both the Russia probe and Watergate, key figures pleaded guilty to avoid huge prison sentences.
Revenge is sweet—and best served on social media.
Michael Flynn has joined a long line of high-profile defendants charged with 18 US Code 1001, commonly known as "making false statements."
Former national security adviser pleaded guilty to "willfully and knowingly making false, fictitious and fraudulent statements" to the FBI regarding his conversations with a Russian ambassador.
Maybe it should be "Lock him up!"
Flynn resigned as Trump's national security adviser in February.
Schwartz says he believes Robert Mueller has got Trump dead to rights on Russian collusion.
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.
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.'
Despite "inflammatory comments," Flynn's former deputy K.T. McFarland has passed Senate committee confirmation for the Singapore role.