MSNBC legal analyst reveals why Mueller postponed Flynn sentencing for an additional 60 days
Special Counsel Robert Mueller (Pete Souza / Wikimedia Commons) and Michael Flynn (Gage Skidmore / Flickr)

General Michael Flynn will not be sentenced yet.

The president's former national security adviser, who pled guilty to lying to the FBI about Russia sanctions, has been cooperating with special prosecutor Robert Mueller for nearly a year.

Why is he not wrapping up his case? MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace asked her guests on Friday.

Security analysts Ken Dilanian said that this is a clear sign that Flynn is cooperating with investigators.

"Mike Flynn is cooperating with Robert Mueller's investigation, [which] suggests that he still has a lot more to give them," Dilanian said. "You can contrast that with George Papadopoulos, another Trump campaign aide who pleaded guilty and was nominally cooperating, his sentencing has been scheduled for September. So they are sort of done with him it appears at this point. But Flynn may have a lot more to say."

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