President Donald Trump has disputed the possibility of pardoning his family and some of his close associates, several sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.
According to one source, the conversations of the past few days are taking place in the context of a president who feels embedded, and not because Trump believes he or his family members have done anything illegal.
The New York Times first reported on the discussions, saying Trump discussed whether to allow pardon for his three eldest children, Eric and Donald Jr., as well as White House counselor Ivanka Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as well as attorney Rudy Giuliani. .
The Times reported that Trump spoke to Mr. Giuliani for grace last week.
Giuliani denied, denied this to NBC News, calling it a lie, and that the reports were “completely false”.
The White House did not comment on this.
Trump did not admit to losing the November presidential election against President-elect Joe Biden, and Giuliani and I continued to make false and baseless allegations about the election. All allegations were missing from the allegations, and legal efforts have failed several times.
Trump “gave full grace” last week to his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. Trump said back in March he was considering moving.
One man who is familiar with the matter said that in these last weeks, much more attention is usually paid to grace, and that the president is receptive to donations.
Earlier on Tuesday, court documents sealed by a judge suggest federal investigators are investigating a potential “bribery for grace” system involving presidential pardons.
Heavily revised documents do not name Trump or the individuals who may be affected. Nor do they indicate whether any White House official knew of any system.
Trump tweeted Tuesday late: “The pardon investigation is fake news!”
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