Updated: Despite Donald Trump Pardon, Steve Bannon Could Still Face State Charges

Despite Donald Trump Pardon, Steve Bannon Could Still Face State Charges

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Trump talked out of pardoning his kids and Republican lawmakers

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Trump talked out of pardoning his kids and Republican lawmakers

Trump talked out of pardoning his kids and Republican lawmakers

While he was considering preemptive pardons for his children and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, a source close to the process said those are no longer expected. Bannon, who has been indicted on fraud charges, is also not expected to receive a pardon on Tuesday, the source said.

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How Trump allies stoked the flames ahead of Capitol riot

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The podcasts also pointed to close coordination with Trump’s team. “You and me were talking almost every day, many times, you know, 10 times a day,” Trump campaign adviser Boris Epshteyn said to Bannon on December 28.

Meanwhile, a senior Trump adviser confirmed that the President and Bannon have been in communication in recent weeks, discussing Trump’s conspiracy theories about the election.