President Trump Can Preemptively Pardon His Advisors And Family, But Will He?

President Trump has absolute power to pardon his son, son-in-law, advisors, and associates implicated in the expanding Special Counsel investigation. Preemptive pardons are risky and will not stop the investigation.

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