On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explained why thinks Michael Flynn might be the victim of a set up and should be not just pardoned, but exonerated.

"It appears he was. It appears that the contentions of his lawyers that he was absolutely set up and even then entrapped, a technical phrase which I will embrace in this case, meaning they planted the seed for the crime and created the opportunity because they targeted the person, meaning before the FBI began targeting him, he had no intention whatsoever of committing a felony. When his lawyers made that allegation, I thought there's some evidence for it. It's now conclusive evidence because we've seen the handwritten notes of a senior FBI official, made after a meeting with Jim Comey, that the plot was launched to attack him to get rid of him. Honestly, he should be exonerated rather than pardoned, because exoneration is justice, pardon is mercy."