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Trump Indicates He May Revisit Pardoning Accused War Criminals After Stinging Attacks
The president appears to be taking a step back following an outcry from veterans and former military officials.
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Trump May Pardon Several Suspected War Criminals. These Are Their Stories.
Their alleged crimes include killing young children and burning bodies.
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New York Lawmakers Take Aim At Potential Trump Pardons
The state Assembly voted to permit authorities to bring state charges against individuals who have received presidential pardons.
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Trump May Pardon Navy SEAL Charged With War Crimes
The move "spits on the honor of the U.S. Navy and every single one of us who served with distinction and conviction to our oaths," a vet said on Twitter.
Trump Pardons Conrad Black, Former Media Mogul Convicted Of Fraud
Black has spent the past few years lavishing praise on Trump and even wrote a book calling him a “president like no other.”
Pro-Trump Manafort Juror Paula Duncan Warns Against Pardon: He 'Needs To Pay The Price'
Paula Duncan said she set politics aside to convict Paul Manafort and now wants him to serve his punishment.
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Michael Cohen Is Not Seeking Pardon From Trump, Lawyer Insists
Lanny Davis says his client "does not want anything from Donald Trump."
Trump's 'Good Person' Nod To Paul Manafort Is A Sign To Keep Quiet, Ex-U.S. Attorney Says
The president is saying to his former campaign chairman: Don’t cut a deal, “help is on the way. I can pardon you in the future,” Joyce Vance said on MSNBC.
A Jury Is Deciding Paul Manafort's Fate. Then It's Donald Trump's Turn.
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Things aren't looking great for Manafort in court. But Trump's response to a question about a pardon offers hope for the former campaign chairman.
How Much Praise Do Donald Trump And Kim Kardashian Deserve For Alice Johnson's Release?
Discussing praise and who earns it is an effective way to set the historical record straight.
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Stephen Colbert Has A Hilariously Awful List Of The People Trump Could Pardon Next
"Take that, Obama!"
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Trump’s Pardons May Send A Message To Allies Caught Up In Russia Investigation
The president continues a pattern of granting a politically oriented pardon after major news breaks in the federal investigation into his campaign and Russia.
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Dinesh D’Souza Pardoned By Trump For Campaign Finance Violation
The president also said he is considering clemency for Martha Stewart and Rod Blagojevich.
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Trump Reportedly Plans To Pardon Scooter Libby
Libby was charged in an investigation into who leaked a covert CIA agent's identity to journalists.
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Joe Arpaio Says He'll Never Apologize For Racially Profiling Latinos
“An apology for doing my job? That would never happen,” the pardoned former sheriff tells Univision News.
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Former Clerk Defends Arizona Judge Who Ruled Against Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio
The recently pardoned Arpaio claims he was the victim of a "political witch hunt."
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While Americans Focus On A Category 4 Hurricane, Trump Does His Dirty Work
A slew of contentious moves were announced as millions of people were fleeing the Gulf Coast.
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Trump Asks About Pardons As Lawyers Look At Ways to Derail Mueller Probe
The president's legal team is investigating the investigators.
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Are There Limits To Trump's Pardon Power?
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How a few possible pardon scenarios might play out.
Art Thief Busted Seeking Presidential Pardon In Stolen Car: Cops
“He was looking to be pardoned by the Obama administration before the Trump administration came in.”
Marcus Garvey's Message And Why A Pardon For Him Matters
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Proverbs 29:18 says “where there is no vision, a people perish.” The U.S. Government’s long campaign to discredit civil rights
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