I rather doubt that's what we'll get here ...
UPDATE at 10:01 p.m.:
just in from CNN
"The subpoenas represent the first sign of a significant escalation of activity in the FBI's broader investigation begun last July into possible ties between Trump campaign associates and Russia.
"The subpoenas issued in recent weeks by the US Attorney's Office in Alexandria, Virginia, were received by associates who worked with Flynn on contracts after he was forced out as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014, according to the people familiar with the investigation."
This certainly looks bad, although it's worth noting these were subpoenas, not indictments -- and subpoenas were also issued in the case of Clinton's emails, with no resulting indictments.
One question that arose when news broke of Comey's firing was about the timing. The justification for Comey's firing was his mishandling of the Clinton investigation. But we knew about that before we knew who the next president would be. Fair or not, it will be hard to persuade many people it's just a coincidence that Trump finally got around to firing Comey after these subpoenas were issued. The fact that Trump referred in his termination letter to Comey's assurances "on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation" makes it appear he was at least thinking about how this would look when the public found out about this latest step in the investigation.
That said, an investigation does not stop because the director of the agency is canned. And the existence of this investigation is too well-known at this point for it to simply disappear or peter out. Not to mention that a number of Republicans in the House and the Senate are already on record noting skepticism about the timing of Comey's dismissal.
Democrats are calling for a special prosecutor, but that's barking up the wrong tree. What is needed is an independent director of the FBI who, unlike Comey, isn't hamstrung by his past ham-handedness. Yes, presidential appointments need a mere majority in Senate these days, but it would only take three Republican holdouts to deny that. If Trump is certain that he, personally, is in no danger of a rigorous FBI investigation, he should be willing to name a director who is seen as capable of carrying out just that. And Republican senators should be willing to demand just that. Let's see what Trump does here.