Political pundits, legal experts and left-leaning social media users say that President Donald Trump’s latest tweet about General Michael Flynn is a clear case of obstruction of justice.

Trump’s Saturday afternoon tweet, reportedly sent while stuck in his Manhattan motorcade, appears to show that Trump knew his former national security adviser Flynn -- who pled guilty to lying to the FBI yesterday -- had lied at the time.

“I had to fire General Flynn because he lied to the Vice President and the FBI. He has pled guilty to those lies. It is a shame because his actions during the transition were lawful. There was nothing to hide!” Trump tweeted from his personal account Saturday.

Immediately Twitter users across the board pointed to the tweet as “Exhibit A” of an obstruction of justice charge Robert Mueller should use to charge Trump during his Russia collusion probe.

Some viewed Trump's comment as a straight-up "confession" to committing the crime of obstruction due to his apparent knowledge -- at the time -- that Flynn had not only lied to Vice President Mike Pence -- but also to the FBI. Others said the tweet was simply Trump's latest "self destructive" social media disaster.