Trump Denies Collusion, Has Bizarre Reaction To Flynn Plea Deal

Donald Trump is pretending that Michael Flynn has nothing on him.

When news broke that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is going to testify against Trump, it was a bombshell.

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Flynn plead guilty to a lesser charge in exchange for testimony that an official from high up in the Trump Election Organization ordered him to make contact with Russian officials.

The testimony is seriously bad news for him and Mike Pence, who could face impeachment from a pressured Republican Congress.

That being said, Trump was in his own little world on Saturday morning as he left the White House. On his way out the door, reporters asked if he is concerned about Flynn’s deal.

“No, I’m not,” Trump claimed before declaring that there was no collusion and that he and his team are “very happy.”

“What has been shown is no collusion,” Trump continued. “No collusion. There’s been absolutely no collusion, so we’re very happy.”

Here’s the video via Twitter.

While he is claiming to be happy and not sweating over Flynn’s deal, reports from rogue White House insiders tell a different story.

According to one senior adviser, Trump was so angry about the news that he threw a coffee mug down a hallway and binge ate a bunch of takeout food to deal with the stress.

The White House also looked desperate for trying to blame President Obama for Flynn’s contact with the Russians, only to be humiliated by former Obama officials.

Even Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano says that Flynn’s plea deal is a nightmare for the White House.

“This is probably the tip of a prosecutorial iceberg, so to speak,” Napolitano said. “It’s a nightmare for Donald Trump because General Flynn was his constant companion on foreign policy and national security matters from June of 2015 to the time the President fired him.”

“Robert Mueller has enough credible evidence to charge the president of the United States with a crime,” Napolitano later told Fox anchor Shep Smith.

Make no mistake, Trump is scared to death, and he should be. He can claim to be unconcerned all he wants. There’s the show he puts on for the public in front of the cameras, and then there’s the toddler who throws a massive temper in private. We’ve seen it before, and that’s what we see now.