Should President Trump Preemptively Pardon His Own Family?

Should President Trump Preemptively Pardon His Own Family?

President Trump is being urged to use his remaining time in office to grant preemptive pardons to people close to him, including family members and maybe even himself. After leaving office President Trump will no longer enjoy the privilege of not being indicted by federal prosecutors. Is this a step he should take?

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  • Should President Trump Preemptively Pardon His Own Family?

    • Yes, they are victims of a witch-hunt
    • No, it makes them seem guilty and corrupt
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  • Carri Eikenberry
    Posted at 13:02h, 27 August Reply

    Shameful act by Republicans. We should not be surprised.

    Posted at 14:27h, 09 February Reply

    FRAUD was brought by OBAMA and BIDEN directly in order to help Hilary. Obama owed Hilary as she agreed to step back 8 years earlier when Bill Clinton advised her to let a black president move forward and then he will make you the first woman President. See it very clearly. Democrats always run the government like a crime syndicate. Many Republicans are spineless no doubt but liberals are criminals.

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