presidential pardon

When asked about the possibility in the future, Trump repeatedly insisted he could have preemptively pardoned himself before leaving office.
The former president is being charged with state crimes. He can't pardon himself out of this one.
Noelle Dunphy, a former aide to the ex-New York mayor, said Giuliani claimed he would split the money with then-President Donald Trump.
The pardons include an 80-year-old woman convicted of killing her abusive husband and a man who pleaded guilty to using a telephone for a cocaine transaction in the 1970s.
He also claims to be "financially supporting" some of them and needs "contributions."
“It was killing me not to be there, but I was advising indirectly from my condo,” Manafort reportedly writes in his upcoming book.
"Pardon me?" many Twitter users asked the Florida congressman.
The requests stemmed from their involvement in Trump’s schemes to try to subvert the 2020 presidential election.
“I’ve decided I should be on the pardon list, if that is still in the works,” John Eastman wrote to Rudy Giuiani after the Capitol riot.