A top takeaway--or clarification--is that Powell clearly states that there can be no appeal in the Flynn case until Flynn is sentenced--something to keep in mind going forward.
Additionally, Powell explains, regarding the "original" FBI 302 on their interview of Flynn, that she now has "a witness who has seen the original 302" and can testify to the content of the original. That witness will say that the original 302 says that Flynn was "honest" in the interview. The way Powell phrases this--"a witness who has seen the original 302"--would lead one to believe that the witness is either a lawyer or an agent, although there are other possibilities. A clerical worker, perhaps. In any event, this is the third time I've heard Powell say this and it seems the clearest statement.
However, at the 1:03 mark Powell makes an important additional statement regarding what we can expect next week:
You have to wait until he's sentenced to prison before we can appeal anything--if they're ridiculous enough to go that far after our new motions that we're filing next week, or our supplemental brief on the withdrawal, because we've got reasons--STUNNING reasons--to withdraw this guilty plea.
Powell then goes on, in response to prompting from Levin, to state that the case is being handled out of the US Attorney's office for the District of Columbia, and to characterize the USA, Jessie Liu, as "the one who let off the Awan brothers and Mr. [James] Wolfe with a slap on the wrist."