It’s bad enough that Donald Trump seemingly plans to “honor” Memorial Day by pardoning a slew of war criminals, it’s even worse that the decision came after secret lobbying efforts by Fox & Friends host Pete Hegseth.
No sooner was Donald Trump’s corrupt pal Conrad Black pardoned, after writing a glowing book about the narcissist-in-chief, than Black got at least two opportunities to visit Fox News, play the victim, praise Trump and attack the FBI.
Trump's cheerleaders over on his propaganda network take up for their hero preparing to pardon servicemen who have been accused or convicted of war crimes.
Neil Cavuto welcomes Donald Trump’s corrupt pal Conrad Black to Fox "news" and helps him go after the FBI.
The cheerleaders over on Trump-TV are very upset with the people Trump wants to pardon who have been convicted or accused of war crimes being called war criminals.
Trump's newly pardoned corrupt pal, Conrad Black, tells Fox's Laura Ingraham that his book, “Donald J. Trump: A President Like No Other,” played no role in the pardon.
Chuck Rosenberg joined Nicolle Wallace yesterday to decry and deconstruct Trump's utter mangling of the intentions of presidential powers.
Former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg weighs in on the abuse of presidential pardons by Trump on MSNBC's Deadline White House.
Trump told the press he felt really badly about Paul Manafort's sentencing and then said he hasn't thought about issuing a pardon. Sure he hasn't.
CNN received two emails from Robert Costell, Cohen's attorney who after having discussions with Rudy Giuliani, told Michael Cohen he could "sleep well tonight" because he had "friends in high places."