Safe exit .. Trump uses his powers with pardons before leaving...

Expected precautionary steps that started with “Flynn” … and its personal use means “condemnation.”

Although US President Donald has yet to admit that he lost the election to his Democratic rival, Joe Biden; But, on Wednesday, he issued a presidential pardon for his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, amid expectations of other pardons before he leaves office.

Trump may use his broad authority to pardon, to include his allies, some relatives, and perhaps himself. In an attempt to settle some legal issues before leaving the White House.

The tweets of the US President in recent years indicate that he is intending to pardon a number of officials, who were subject to the investigations of Counselor Robert Mueller, regarding the allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 US elections.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the most important question that looms on the horizon may be; Is whether Trump will consider granting himself a presidential pardon, amid investigations into his business and his money in New York, and the possibility that federal investigators will scrutinize his financial and tax activities after he left office.

Constitutional law expert Kenneth Belkin says: “The American constitution stipulates that the US President’s ability to pardon is unlimited; except for pardoning himself in the event of impeachment proceedings against him.”

But “Belkin” stressed that “Trump will be able to pardon himself in federal cases only, and he will not be able to do so regarding his cases before the New York State Attorney and the Manhattan District Attorney, for example.”

Former Trump aides are divided over whether the US president will actually consider granting himself amnesty, and some see it as almost certain. Others think it unlikely; Because doing so means that he is guilty of something.

Belkin pointed out that among those who may benefit from Trump’s pardon campaign, “some former associates of his campaign, who were convicted after the Mueller investigation, such as George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort and others.”

And the constitutional law expert adds that “Trump may issue a preventive presidential pardon for his children, in anticipation of any future prosecutions against them.”

Trump has long believed that he has been targeted and campaigned illegally, and that his campaign partners have run into trouble because of their association with him.

Sources say that other potential beneficiaries of Trump’s pardon include Charles Kushner, Jared Kushner’s father, as well as Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who is under a federal investigation.

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Safe exit .. Trump uses his powers with pardons before leaving the White House
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Previously
2020-11-26

Although US President Donald Trump has yet to admit that he lost the election to his Democratic rival, Joe Biden; But, on Wednesday, he issued a presidential pardon for his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, amid expectations of other pardons before he leaves office.

Trump may use his broad authority to pardon, to include his allies, some relatives, and perhaps himself. In an attempt to settle some legal issues before leaving the White House.

The tweets of the US President in recent years indicate that he is intending to pardon a number of officials, who were subject to the investigations of Counselor Robert Mueller, regarding the allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 US elections.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the most important question that looms on the horizon may be; Is whether Trump will consider granting himself a presidential pardon, amid investigations into his business and his money in New York, and the possibility that federal investigators will scrutinize his financial and tax activities after he left office.

Constitutional law expert Kenneth Belkin says: “The American constitution stipulates that the US President’s ability to pardon is unlimited; except for pardoning himself in the event of impeachment proceedings against him.”

But “Belkin” stressed that “Trump will be able to pardon himself in federal cases only, and he will not be able to do so regarding his cases before the New York State Attorney and the Manhattan District Attorney, for example.”

Former Trump aides are divided over whether the US president will actually consider granting himself amnesty, and some see it as almost certain. Others think it unlikely; Because doing so means that he is guilty of something.

Belkin pointed out that among those who may benefit from Trump’s pardon campaign, “some former associates of his campaign, who were convicted after the Mueller investigation, such as George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort and others.”

And the constitutional law expert adds that “Trump may issue a preventive presidential pardon for his children, in anticipation of any future prosecutions against them.”

Trump has long believed that he has been targeted and campaigned illegally, and that his campaign partners have run into trouble because of their association with him.

Sources say that other potential beneficiaries of Trump’s pardon include Charles Kushner, Jared Kushner’s father, as well as Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who is under a federal investigation.

November 26, 2020 – Rabi` al-Akhir 11, 1442

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Expected precautionary steps that started with “Flynn” … and its personal use means “condemnation.”

Although US President Donald Trump has yet to admit that he lost the election to his Democratic rival, Joe Biden; But, on Wednesday, he issued a presidential pardon for his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, amid expectations of other pardons before he leaves office.

Trump may use his broad authority to pardon, to include his allies, some relatives, and perhaps himself. In an attempt to settle some legal issues before leaving the White House.

The tweets of the US President in recent years indicate that he is intending to pardon a number of officials, who were subject to the investigations of Counselor Robert Mueller, regarding the allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 US elections.

According to “Sky News Arabia”, the most important question that looms on the horizon may be; Is whether Trump will consider granting himself a presidential pardon, amid investigations into his business and his money in New York, and the possibility that federal investigators will scrutinize his financial and tax activities after he left office.

Constitutional law expert Kenneth Belkin says: “The American constitution stipulates that the US President’s ability to pardon is unlimited; except for pardoning himself in the event of impeachment proceedings against him.”

But “Belkin” stressed that “Trump will be able to pardon himself in federal cases only, and he will not be able to do so regarding his cases before the New York State Attorney and the Manhattan District Attorney, for example.”

Former Trump aides are divided over whether the US president will actually consider granting himself amnesty, and some see it as almost certain. Others think it unlikely; Because doing so means that he is guilty of something.

Belkin pointed out that among those who may benefit from Trump’s pardon campaign, “some former associates of his campaign, who were convicted after the Mueller investigation, such as George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort and others.”

And the constitutional law expert adds that “Trump may issue a preventive presidential pardon for his children, in anticipation of any future prosecutions against them.”

Trump has long believed that he has been targeted and campaigned illegally, and that his campaign partners have run into trouble because of their association with him.

Sources say that other potential beneficiaries of Trump’s pardon include Charles Kushner, Jared Kushner’s father, as well as Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who is under a federal investigation.

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