Trump: Why Wasn’t I Warned About Michael Flynn?

Here’s what has Trump backpedaling on Michael Flynn

A federal judge on Thursday ordered the release of materials obtained during the course of Robert Mueller’s investigation which seems to point heavily at efforts by the Trump administration and its allies to obstruct justice in the case of admitted felon and former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn.

DC District Judge Emmet Sullivan approved the release of a transcript from a November 2017 voicemail left by one of President Donald Trump’s then-personal attorneys—John Dowd, the Washington Post reported—for Flynn’s attorney, Robert Kelner, in which Dowd reiterated the president’s “warm feelings” for his former advisor.

The message came just as Flynn was beginning to cooperate with Mueller’s investigation.