Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: Thirteen pages - that is the length of a document the office of special counsel Robert Mueller filed in federal court last night. The "Government's Memorandum In Aid Of Sentencing," as the document is titled, makes recommendations for the sentencing of former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. About half of the document is redacted, meaning completely blacked out, unreadable, but you can read enough to learn that Flynn has been cooperating with the Mueller investigation and has provided substantial help. Flynn gave 19 interviews that authorities called, quote, "particularly valuable." Well, Barbara McQuade is a former U.S. attorney. She joins me now to put the memo in the...
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What Michael Flynn's Sentencing Memo Means In Context To Mueller's Investigation