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Former Prosecutor Klayman: President Could Pardon Himself

(Newsmax TV's "America Talks Live")

Monday, 04 June 2018 03:09 PM

Former federal prosecutor Larry Klayman says President Donald Trump is accurate in proclaiming he could pardon himself if he is charged with crimes by special counsel Robert Mueller.

"There's no question that the president can pardon himself," Klayman, director of the government watchdog Freedom Watch, told hosts Miranda Khan and John Cardillo on Monday's "America Talks Live" on Newsmax TV.

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Klayman also said Trump should eventually grant pardons to his former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, his ex-campaign chair Paul Manafort, and onetime campaign deputy Rick Gates – all who have been charged with crimes by Mueller.

"What Mueller did in terms of indicting them was far beyond his mandate . . . These are illegal indictments," Klayman said.

Trump tweeted Monday morning:

In another tweet, the commander in chief added:

Klayman predicted Trump himself will not be indicted, convicted, or impeached.

"But we've got to get him on with the affairs of business right now," Klayman told Newsmax TV. ". . . Right now the president needs to take action on his own. He needs to pardon these people around him, just cut the legs out from under Mueller."

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