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Trump says Roger Stone ‘has a very good chance of exoneration’ after he was sentenced to 40 months in prison
"Everybody knows him," Trump said of his former adviser. "And most people like him. Some people probably don't. But I do."
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange alleges that Trump offered him a pardon if he denied that Russia hacked the DNC
The person said to have made the offer was Dana Rohrabacher, a former Republican congressman known for his pro-Russia views.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly used some of his most sweeping, unfettered powers: the right to grant pardons and commutations.
Trump pardoned and commuted the sentences of nearly a dozen people on Tuesday, including former Gov. Rod Blagojevich of Illinois.
‘Cowards’: Eddie Gallagher tears into Navy SEALs who testified against him and discloses information that could endanger those on active d...
The 3-minute diatribe reveals the names, photos and statuses of Navy SEALs. Those details are usually safeguarded for their protection, officials say.
Outgoing Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is facing backlash for pardoning over 600 people, but criminal justice reform advocates say the anger is misplaced
Outgoing Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's pardoning decisions drew ire from the victims' families and prosecutors who worked the cases alike.
Trump has the ultimate authority to pardon a Navy SEAL accused of war crimes, but that doesn’t mean the military community isn’t deeply di...
"I'm a trial lawyer," attorney Marc Mukasey said to INSIDER. "My role will be in the courtroom, defending a hero who has been unjustly accused."
Fox and Friends’ co-host Pete Hegseth convinced Trump to consider pardons for troops accused of war crimes
Trump appears to be listening to a Fox News host about pardoning convicted war criminals, but a general said pardons would send a "bad message."
Michael Cohen told Congress that Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow discussed a ‘global pardon’ to ‘shut this whole thing down’
Michael Cohen testified to Congress that Jay Sekulow offered him a "global pardon" as part of an effort to "shut this whole thing down."
Among those considered is Edward Gallagher, the Navy SEAL who allegedly stabbed an enemy captive and shot unarmed civilians in Iraq in 2017.