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Watch The 11th Hour With Brian Williams Highlights: January 12 | MSNBC

76 comments

    1. 4 years worth of golfing is more like Ferris Bueller’s day off. No more Twitter, corp funding or Deutsche

    1. He cannot self pardon if he has committed crimes! I heard a judge explaining that a couple of weeks ago! He said it would against the constitution if he was pardoned!

    2. @Heather Boorman Only if he pardoned himself, if for whatever reason Pence(if Trump resigns or is removed) or Biden pardoned him then it would be legitimate. Right?

    1. but you cant self-pardon! think about it, if he could have done it he would have by now, if it was at all possible then Nixon would have done it way back for the Watergate scandel, but no, he to have Ford do it for him because he couldn’t pardon himself. so if Trump wanted a pardon he would have to resign and have pence be president for less than a week, or ask joe biden for a pardon, and both of those are not happening.

    2. Yes he likes to set Records even if there’s no proof of said Record. This one is true, he’ll love it!

    1. It’s not really a thing, the only reason it’s even mentioned is that people are reading this from the constitution “The President … shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment.” and making the argument that it boils down to the assertion that the words of the clause grant power without limit.
      But as most lawmakers have said even if he does it most likely won’t hold up in court.

    2. Because writing about pardons was not written well by forefathers. They wanted it to have room for interperatation
      Good news is there a 1976 judicial Supreme Court letter that says self pardon not a thing.

    1. He is a narcissist and a psychopath . He has threatened the democracy of the USA which makes him a traitor to his country

    1. I proudly voted for the Republicans representing Washington State, and they did vote in good conscience for Trump to be impeached.

  1. Trump’s self-pardon only intensifies the veracity of his guilt. Pardons are not required for people who have not committed crimes.

    1. Yes….like he said in the past “they are trying to impeach us”….his inclusion of the cult makes them more included into his life/persona psychologically. They drank the kool-aid and won’t give it up.

    1. Also a self pardon is not possible. You cannot be the judge of your own criminal acts. A guy named Madison stated this in 1787.

    2. He wouldn’t have to reverse it because it wouldn’t be valid to begin with. Multi-faceted accountability.

    3. @David l Williams Normally this would be true, but think of all the other rules that got thrown out the window over the last four years.

  2. Nothing is shocking about Trump, the enablers (Republicans) of the senate has his back, now that is shocking.

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