I'm writing about this:
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn, reportedly seeking immunity in exchange for his testimony regarding allegations of ties between the Russian government and President* Donald Trump’s campaign, should do exactly that, the president wrote on Twitter Friday morning, to protect himself from a “witch hunt” being carried out by Democrats and the media.Apparently, Trump doesn't realize that a grant of immunity means nothing to opposing politicians and the press.
I am sure that everyone who regularly reads this blog doesn't need to be told that a grant of immunity is not a magical shield that prevents anybody from talking or writing about the person to whom immunity was granted. A grant of Federal immunity only stops the Department of Justice from bringing charges. And, as everyone other than Donnie knows, the DoJ is a department in the Executive Branch. As we all know, (except Dolt-45), the DoJ works for the president. So if Deadbeaticus wants to order that Flynn not be prosecuted, he likely won't be.
 Trump translation: When Cheetolini says "most people don't know that", what he really means is "I didn't know that."