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Trump Praises Ex-Adviser Flynn, Offers 'Good Luck' As Sentencing Nears

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Trump Praises Ex-Adviser Flynn, Offers 'Good Luck' As Sentencing Nears

Trump Praises Ex-Adviser Flynn, Offers 'Good Luck' As Sentencing Nears

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday praised his former adviser Michael Flynn and offered him “good luck” one day before an update was due in the case ahead of sentencing.

Flynn pleaded guilty as part of the federal Russia investigation.

The former national security adviser during Trump’s early weeks in office has shaken up his legal team in recent days.

Sidney Powell, a fierce critic of U.S.

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