Oh pardon me, and you and anyone else Mueller tries to 'flip'

Jay Sekulow: Pardons Are Not On The Table, Sorta
As Bill Clinton proved on his way out the door, the pardon process is pretty expansive.  And as Bush 41 showed it can be used to stop political prosecutions of people who worked for him.  The bottom line is that when Mueller's team says it is trying to "flip" Manafort to say something bad about Trump and the Russians a discussion of the Presidential power should make it obvious that flipping someone in order to attack the President may foreclose a potential pardon.


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