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Washington Post: Donald Trump Keeps Pardoning His Friends

Mediaite Thursday, 16 May 2019
  The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake analyzed 10 pardons issued by President Donald Trump and found that eight of the pardons have carried apparent political benefits for the president. Trump announced the pardons of publisher Conrad Black and former California GOP leader Patrick Nolan Wednesday night. Blake notes that both of these pardons could be seen […]
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