Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said on Hannity that Robert Mueller's prosecutors only care about "getting Trump and winning their cases."

Jarrett's remarks come after Gen. Michael Flynn's FD-302 interview report was released on Monday, hours before the former national security adviser's sentencing.

As Fox News reported:

Flynn pleaded guilty to lying about whether he had talked to former Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December 2016 on limiting the Russian government's response to former President Barack Obama's recently imposed sanctions for election meddling.

Jarrett told Judge Jeanine Pirro that the 302 report clearly states that FBI agents interviewing Flynn determined he was telling the truth.

He said that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's prosecutors "deliberately hid" the 302 from U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan, which led to him issuing an order Monday to turn over the document.

"That's a red flag for the judge, it puts him on alert," Jarrett said. "During tomorrow's hearing he may say 'why did you hide that document from me?'"

Fox News contributor Sara Carter added that she believes Judge Sullivan won't let Mueller's team "walk all over" Flynn.

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Carter said that the interview's raw notes were not turned over, and that those notes could potentially be very different from the 302 report.

"These are prosecutors who don't care about justice and the truth," Jarrett added. "Mueller's team only cares about getting Trump and winning their cases."

Carter noted that the 302 document states Flynn was notified of the nature of his interview, which she said was "inaccurate."

"They asked him not to bring an attorney," she said. "They were looking at him for possible criminal purposes. They were trying -- in a sense -- to entrap him."

Jarrett also said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has not made available who the second FBI agent was that interviewed Flynn.

The 302 document notes that former agent Peter Strzok was interviewer number one, but the second name was redacted.

"What are they hiding?" he asked.

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