Sean HannitySean Patrick HannityBiden’s cabinet is a battlefield for the future hopes of the GOP White House on Monday’s radio and television shows, he said he thought President TrumpDonald John Trump: Geraldo Rivera doubts Trump, who is sowing the election result: “That’s enough” Murkowski: Trump has to confess to the White House contest. Scott Atlas resigns from Trump’s coronavirus consultant MORE he must pardon in order to avoid any possible indictment of the incoming Biden government.
The Conservative host hinted that former member of the special law firm, Andrew Weissman, was working, arguing that Trump would be investigated by the next administration and possibly brought to justice.
“If they wanted to do that, if Biden had ever been president, I would tell Trump to pardon himself and his family,” Hannity said on Fox News late Monday.
Sean Hannity tonight: “I would tell President Trump to pardon himself and his family.”pic.twitter.com/hMx7bE6WU1
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Hannity made similar remarks earlier this day on her radio show, warning that Democrats “want this persecution of witches to continue.”
Hannity Trump is one of the loudest media supporters and is said to have significant influence over the president.
Your comments came days after Rep. Matt GaetzMatthew (Matt) GaetzGaetz: Trump “everyone should have mercy”, including himself to destroy liberal “thirst” Florida has passed 850,000 coronavirus cases Florida GOP spokesman Mike Waltz has given a positive result for COVID-19 (R-Fla.), One of Trump’s greatest allies in Congress, also called on the President to pardon himself and those around him.
“President Trump should pardon Michael Flynn,” Gaetz said in an interview with Fox News. “You have to pardon the Thanksgiving turkey. You have to pardon everyone, from yourself to the administrative officials, Joe Exotic, if you have to.”
No president has ever tried to pardon himself, and many jurists are skeptical that such a move would be constitutional. When President Nixon considered pardon at the end of his administration, the Department of Justice issued a reminder in 1974 that it would not be legal.