Donald Trump’s Pardon List
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The Trump White House issued a lengthy pardon list early on Biden’s inauguration day. The outgoing president pardoned Steve Bannon, Lil Wayne, Elliott Broidy, Kwame Kilpatrick and dozens of others. But he did not pardon himself or anyone from his inner circle. Katy Tur discusses with Neal Katyal, in the video “Trump, His Family, Giuliani Left Off 11th Hour Pardon List, MSNBC“, below:
President Donald Trump pardons 143 people on his last day in office, from his former campaign adviser Steve Bannon to rapper Lil Wayne. See Trump’s pardon list, in the video “Trump pardons Bannon, Lil Wayne, Kilpatrick, see full Trump pardon list“, below:
President Donald Trump issued dozens of pardons on his last night in the White House, including one to his former campaign chief and ex-White House advisor Steve Bannon, who was charged with swindling donors to a supposed effort to build a wall on the border with Mexico. CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports, in the video “President Donald Trump issues nearly 150 pardons and commutations overnight“, below:
As Pres. Trump pardons many allies during his last days in office, his former attorney Michael Cohen explains how some pardons could backfire. Cohen also details his own new court filings — regarding both his own case and other inmates, whom Cohen says Trump has abandoned despite past pledges about criminal justice reform. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC, in the video “Trump Exits With Pardons Backfiring, As Cohen Details Danger Of New Witnesses“, below:
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