“You’re wishing good luck to a criminal?”
Good luck today in court to General Michael Flynn. Will be interesting to see what he has to say, despite tremendous pressure being put on him, about Russian Collusion in our great and, obviously, highly successful political campaign. There was no Collusion!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 18, 2018
Are you kidding us?
How dare you.
What President tweets for a convicted felon?
It's Conspiracy by the way.
Keep it up.
THIS tweet proves guilt and insanity.
Can I treat you to some of the rule of law?
Make a fool of yourself.
— JBT (@jonibetrue) December 18, 2018
To recap: Two years ago, President-elect Trump taps Flynn as national security adviser. Two months later, Trump fires him for lying to VP, FBI et al. Today, Trump wishes Flynn good luck despite cooperating with Mueller for a year. Why is POTUS so kind to Flynn and angry at Cohen? https://t.co/cllcgkjvrm
— Jeff Zeleny (@jeffzeleny) December 18, 2018
How is this not witness tampering???
— Alison Berkowitz (@aliberk65) December 18, 2018
Good luck? He lied to the FBI.
— ™️Marcus (@TheMisterMarcus) December 18, 2018
You're wishing good luck to a criminal?
— Todd Relyea (@ToddRelyea) December 18, 2018
Trump delivers Flynn a back-handed warning before today’s court appearance. “Good luck”
Or is it a veiled pardon offer if he plays ball?
— Dave Longland 🌈 (@r7yrb7) December 18, 2018
He already talked. He won’t have much to say today except “Thank you Your Honor.”
— Kristen S. (@KristenInVA) December 18, 2018
Is this witness tampering? It feels like poorly concealed witness tampering.
— Jeremy Warren (@JerWah) December 18, 2018
Wow. You, literally wake up and obstruct justice.
— Irish-you-a-sick-Christmas ☃️🎄🇮🇪🎄☃️ (@irishsickboy) December 18, 2018
The President is basically a mob boss.
— Nick Jack Pappas (@Pappiness) December 18, 2018
lol These are all things innocent people tweet all the time.
— Dark Unicorn (@dariankovach) December 18, 2018
What will be more interesting is what Flynn had to say during his substantial cooperation.
— Christine Onorato (@olderncolder) December 18, 2018