White House Weighs Pardon Blitz Before Trump’s Exit

White House Weighs Pardon Blitz Before Trump’s Exit

So far, Mr. Trump has granted 28 pardons, which wipe out convictions, and 16 commutations, which reduce prison sentences. The combined total is the lowest so far for any president since at least William McKinley, who took office in 1897, according to an analysis by the Pew Research Center.

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Trump could end up at Rikers Island jail by the end of 2023 if he loses re-election: Legal experts

Trump could end up at Rikers Island jail by the end of 2023 if he loses re-election: Legal experts

More than a dozen investigations are already under way against Trump and his associates, so his potential legal exposure is “breathtaking,” according to New York Magazine columnist Jeff Wise.

He’d probably run off, to Israel (no extradition treaty), to live in the settlements, named after him!

Five takeaways from final Senate Intel Russia report

Five takeaways from final Senate Intel Russia report

Trump campaign, Russia had extensive contacts

Key individual labeled as Russian intelligence officer

Manafort, Kushner, Trump Jr. come under scrutiny

FBI comes under criticism

Both parties agree threat from Russia persists

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Donald Trump and Russia: a web that grows more tangled all the time

Evil, horrible Kremlin! /sarcasm