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A shocking report in the New York Times has revealed that an attorney for U.S. President Donald Trump had, last year, raised the idea of Trump pardoning two of his former top advisers. The incident reportedly took place last year when Special Counsel Robert Mueller was building a case against two of Trumpís top advisers in his probe into possible Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election. The report cited three people with knowledge of the talks as saying that Trumpís former lead lawyer, who quit last week, John Dowd had broached the issue in discussions with attorneys for former national security adviser Michael Flynn and former campaign manager Paul Manafort. However, Dowd has denied that he discussed pardons with lawyers for the presidentís former advisers. Addressing a media briefing, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said that the White House counsel ďTy Cobb is the person that would be most directly involved in this and heís got a statement on the record saying that thereís no discussion and thereís no consideration of those at this time at the White House.Ē According to the report in the Times, the discussions between Dowd and lawyers for Manafort and Flynn indicated Trumpís legal team was...Read More
By Sheetal Sukhija | Thursday March 29, 2018
Trump's attorneys raised issue of Flynn, Manafort pardons