As happens so often in the Trump administration, a Tweet set this story in motion:

So … that sounds a bit like the president just admitted to obstruction of justice. Previously, he said he fired Flynn for lying to Vice President Mike Pence. If he also fired him because he knew up front that Flynn lied to the FBI—and then Trump went on to ask James Comey to back off the Flynn investigation—well, that’s a problem.

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