There’s a meeting of Trump and GOP lawmakers in Gettysburg PA where they will discuss a fraud to which Rudy has yet to admit under oath in court.
— Bob Casey Jr. (@Bob_Casey) November 24, 2020
Former CIA director John Brennan on Trump: “I leave his fate to our judicial system, his infamy to history, & his legacy to a trash heap”
Trump tries to protect his brand, still not taking reporters' questions.
— ClearingTheFog (@clearing_fog) November 24, 2020
It is likely that Corn and Cob won't be the last recipients of a Trump pardon.
— Kim Bellware (@bellwak) November 25, 2020
“Largely eschewing bureaucratic processes, Trump has taken advantage of the political theater that pardoning can provide,” wrote Bernadette Meyler in a Stanford Law Review article about her book, “Theaters of Pardoning,” comparing the president’s approach to that of the 17th-century British monarchy, for which pardons “often served to aggrandize the majesty of the King rather than simply omitting punishment for an offender.”
— Clara Jeffery (@ClaraJeffery) November 25, 2020