POTUS Trump Doesn’t Rule Out General Flynn Pardon After Slamming FBI, DOJ Corruption (VIDEO)

President Donald Trump briefly spoke with reporters on Friday morning before his visit to the FBI headquarters in Quantico.

President Trump slammed the FBI corruption and collusion that is now evident at the bureau. President Trump said it was “a shame” what has happened to the FBI in the past few years.

A reporter asked POTUS Trump if he was considering a pardon for General Flynn. The president was coy as he answered the reporter.

“About Michael Flynn…would you consider a pardon for Michael Flynn?” a reporter asked President Trump.

“I don’t want to talk about pardons for Michael Flynn yet. We’ll see what happens. Let’s see,” President Trump said.

Trump then went on to point out how angry the public is after corruption and conflicts of interest in the FBI and DOJ was exposed.

General Flynn was definitely targeted by FBI brass for personal reasons.

As previously reported, a whistleblower told Rep Ron DeSantis that he witnessed a senior FBI executive suggest the FBI had a personal motive and targeted Flynn with the purpose of ruining his career.

A video of this exchange between FBI brass and agents commenting on ruining Flynn’s career may exist.

Also, Fox News host Sean Hannity and Circa News reporter Sara A. Carter teamed up to reveal that Trump-hating FBI agent Peter Strzok interviewed former National Security advisor Michael Flynn.

Hannity and Carter also suggest Flynn may have been tricked into having the interview with Strzok without a lawyer.

Dirty cop Comey even gloated after it was reported that General Michael Flynn will plead guilty to lying to the FBI deep state operatives in the ongoing Trump witch hunt.

General Flynn’s conversation with Russian Ambassador Kislyak was not illegal. God only knows why he lied to the FBI about the conversation. Perhaps being ambushed caught him off guard.

General Flynn deserves a pardon.

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