“The pardons from this President are what you would expect to get if you gave the pardon power to a mob boss...”
Trump pardoned son-in-law Jared Kushner's father, whose crimes included hiring a prostitute to seduce his brother-in-law, filming it and giving it to his sister.
The president granted 26 more pardons, some of them to close allies, a day after granting clemency to 20 others.
One popular ranking places it at 20th, behind nations including Finland, Japan and the United Arab Emirates.
"All they want to do is assure that poor, not successful people go into government."
In wake of the Syria strike, an MSNBC panel says the U.S. has a "diplomatic vacuum" in the region.
The White House aide allegedly turned on Qatar after the country failed to invest in a troubled Kushner property.
by Andrew Mayersohn It’s been a big week for politicians refunding tainted campaign donations. First, Manhattan District