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Trump says he won’t discuss pardons, ‘now’, when asked of his plans in Flynn

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President Trump, in an exclusive interview with Fox News’ “Hannity” Wednesday night, avoiding a proper answer, when asked whether he planned to pardon General Michael Flynn, who was commissioned in the special Council Russia-investigation.

When host Sean Hannity asked whether Trump would, about a pardon for Flynn, the answer served as the Trump national security adviser for less than a month before the withdrawal of the President: “I don’t want to talk about pardons now.”

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“If you mention, General Flynn, he was a man who had an incredible record in the military” Trump Hannity said. “You see what happened to him. The FBI said he was not lying, as I understand it, and the Miller group, said that he’s lying.

“And you, what he’s been through, and what so many others know” Trump. “I could name names, would only go for their whole show. It is a very, very sad thing. I don’t want to talk about pardons now. But I can say, it is so sad, on so many levels.”

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Flynn pleaded guilty in December 2017, to making false statements to the FBI about his conversations with the then Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak.

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A judge delayed Flynn’s conviction in December.

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