Possibility of Trump pardoning himself sparks GOP pushback

By Mallory Shelbourne of the Hill

New talk of President Trump possibly pardoning himself drew pushback from Republicans on the Sunday show circuit this week.

Both congressional Republicans and the president’s attorney Rudy Giuliani urged caution that a self-issued pardon could be politically problematic for Trump.

Giuliani said the president “probably” has the power to give himself a pardon even though doing so would prove to be difficult.

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