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In Commuting Stone’s Sentence, Trump Goes Where Nixon Was Not Willing

NYTimes.com Saturday, 11 July 2020
Senator Mitt Romney called the commutation an act of “unprecedented, historic corruption.”
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News video: Trump goes where Nixon would not in commuting Stone's sentence

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President Trump has said he learned lessons from former President Richard Nixon’s past, but in using the power of his office to keep his friend and adviser Roger Stone out of prison he has now crossed a line that even Nixon never crossed during the Watergate scandal.

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