Fox News Judge Lays It All Out On The Table About Don Jr.’s Indictment, This Explains Trump’s Recent Behavior

Will Trump be able to live with himself?

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If you’ve noticed that Donald Trump has been particularly unhinged on and off Twitter over the last few days, there’s a perfectly good reason for that. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is closing in on and the president an his inner circle, leaving Trump and his own family members in danger. Unfortunately for the president, who refuses to accept reality, he’s now even getting a big dose of it from Fox News, and this is going to sting.

Earlier today, Fox News’ Judge Andrew Napolitano delivered some somber news to the president about the future of his son, Donald Trump Jr. In speaking with ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams on his SiriusXM show, Napolitano spoke about the bombshell of Michael Flynn’s sentencing memo, which came last night. In the memo, it was revealed that Flynn had provided Mueller’s office with “substantial assistance” – enough for Mueller to recommend that Flynn should not get jail time.

In the interview, Napolitano said it was a “huge deal” that Flynn had cooperated to such a large extent, and said “the President himself should be extremely uncomfortable about this.” The Fox News judge also warned that Trump Jr. (and anyone close to Trump) was in danger of getting indicted. When Abrams asked Napolitano if he felt Trump’s inner circle would be indicted, he said:


Yes. I don’t know who, but I do know that Donald Jr. has told friends he expects to be indicted.”

Abrams clarified, “Do you expect he’d be indicted?” And Napolitano said, “Yes.”

This is big news in Trump’s world, and to have it come from the only network that actually supports him is major and something he cannot ignore. Trump will have to come to terms with this, and the fact that he will be the reason his family and friends are indicted.

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