Supposedly, one of Trump's personal attorneys, John Dowd, is now getting the credit for composing Trump's tweet in which he stated that he fired Flynn for lying to Pence "and the FBI." This tweet, of course, is an admission by Trump that later, when he attempted to get Comey to drop the investigation into Flynn, Trump knew Flynn had lied to the FBI -- making out a clear case of obstruction of justice by Trump.
So, if Dowd is credited with writing it (he himself hasn't yet said that he did, has he?), then Trump's tweet doesn't incriminate Trump, is what the ploy apparently is. But then you have to believe that Dowd authored an incredibly stupid tweet. Is Dowd really that blitheringly stupid of a lawyer? As a lawyer myself, I doubt it. A tweet that incredibly dumb could have been written only by the Tweeter in Chief.
(Is "tweeter" what a person who tweets is termed? I really don't know, I don't tweet. Maybe a person who tweets should be called a twit?)