Donald Trump is on the home stretch of his presidency from pardons for friends. Rudy Giuliani is said to be one of them.
- Rudy Giuliani is considered “the man for the rough” in the team Donald Trump.
- Now rumors are loud that Rudy Giuliani is “taking precaution” from Donald Trump pardon want to let.
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Washington – Rudy Giuliani is considered to be the most important whisperer in the team around Donald Trump. It is the former mayor of New York who, like no other, encourages the elected president not to give up the lost battle for re-election as US president. To do this, Giuliani stands in front of cameras, gives incendiary speeches and accepts that the nation will make fun of hair dyes that run down his cheek during sweaty press conferences.
Rudy Giuliani: Donald Trump’s personal lawyer fights for the president
Now it seems as if the once highly regarded lawyer received his wages in the form of a “preventive pardon” by Donald Trump calls for the keys to be given to the President-Elect before the man in the White House on January 20, 2021 Joe Biden must pass. According to a report in the Washington Post Rudy Giuliani tried in the last week of November 2020 to convince Trump to protect him from any federal prosecution.
“A Giuliani pardon would look so corrupt that it would put huge pressure on the Department of Justice to bring in a special prosecutor to look into it.” – @NoahRFeldman https://t.co/NN3xhG4DX5
– Tim O’Brien (@TimOBrien) December 1, 2020
Washington Post sources, two participants in the conversation, then stated that Donald Trump have not yet signaled a definitive commitment for such an action. This may also be due to the fact that no public allegations regarding any criminal offenses of the Rudy Giuliani to stand in the room. Nevertheless, Giuliani had to be questioned by the judiciary several times, including by the federal prosecutor’s office in Manhattan regarding his business in Ukraine and his role in ousting the American ambassador there.
Rudy Giuliani is not aware of any guilt, but he still wants a pardon for Donald Trump
Robert Costello, Rudy Giuliani’s personal attorney stated, “Mr. Giuliani is not concerned about this investigation because he did nothing wrong. That’s our position from day one. ”From the office of Donald Trump so far there has been no comment on the matter, a spokeswoman ignored the request of the “Washington Post” for a comment.
NEW – Giuliani is said to have discussed a preemptive pardon with Trump. @nytmike and me https://t.co/PdV30bRGEi
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) December 1, 2020
The width pardon, the Rudy Giuliani and which anticipates any charge or conviction is highly unusual in the US, but it is based on prominent precedents. President George Washington pardoned conspirators of the so-called whiskey rebellion and protected them from treason. The best-known example was provided by Gerald R. Ford, who pardoned Richard Nixon for all of his actions during his tenure as president. Democrat Jimmy Carter pardoned thousands of American men who had illegally avoided war in Vietnam under current law.
So far, Donald Trump has pardoned people around him – will he soon pardon himself?
Donald Trump has so far used his grace generously in cases that concern him personally or people who have a direct line to him or are personally friends with him, while thousands of other cases await their review. Most recently, the elected president pardoned his former security advisor Michael T. Flynn, who admitted to lying to the FBI in the course of the Russian investigation into Donald Trump.
Nothing says criminal like asking for a “pre-emptive pardon”. What exactly does Rudy Giuliani need a pardon for?
— Chris Rilling🌊🌊🌊🌍 (@tokitaeII) December 1, 2020
Since then it has been speculated who Donald Trump next pardon could. Rudy Giuliani would not be surprising, after all, the former New York federal attorney was always loyal to the outgoing president. But the biggest question remains: Will Donald Trump try to pardon himself? (Mirko Schmid)
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