The pardon power isn't normally thought of as a deregulatory legal tool, but here, it could be just that.
The Susan B. Anthony Museum and House said that pardoning the suffragist only gives more validation to the charges against her.
The "very, very important" person Trump pardoned Tuesday was Susan B. Anthony, not Joe Exotic.
"It's certainly something I could look at. Many people are on his side, I will say that," President Trump said this week, speaking about former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who remains in Russia.
"This quid pro quo is unacceptable," House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said. "Congress must act."
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters said President Donald Trump's pardon of Roger Stone and his supporters' criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement showed there are truly two separate systems of justice in the United States.
President Donald Trump's possible pardon of convicted former adviser Roger Stone would show "real contempt" for the Department of Justice said ABC legal analyst Dan Abrams Thursday. Abrams said if Trump were to make that decision, it would "put him at odds with his Department of Justice."
Neal Katyal said the country had a "robust tradition of law" and suggested it would "find a way to catch up" with the president
James B. Stewart's "Den of Thieves" chronicled how Milken and others created a lucrative insider-trading ring in 1980s New York, pocketing billions in the process.
Former U.S. Attorney Harry Litman said Wednesday on CNN that he believes the judge in the case of convicted Trump adviser Roger Stone will give him the original sentence of between 7-9 years despite the recommendation of a lighter sentence by the Department of Justice.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson called for the pardon of Trump adviser Roger Stone Tuesday, saying he was "caught up in an investigation that proved to be fruitless."
Eddie Gallagher was convicted of posing with the corpse of a teenaged Islamic State fighter while deployed to Iraq in 2017.
During a visit to Frankfort, Kentucky to file paperwork concerning running for a seventh term in the Senate, Mitch McConnell called the last-minute pardons by former governor Matt Bevin "completely inappropriate."
In an interview for ABC News, former military officers weighed in on Trump firing Navy Secretary Richard Spencer.
In an opinion piece originally published by The Washington Post, fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer said Trump's intervention in the case of SEAL Edward Gallagher shows "the president has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military."
President Donald Trump cracked several timely turkey jokes during Tuesday's Thanksgiving pardon, dropping in impeachment quips and a playful shot at the news media during the brief ceremony.
Two lucky turkeys will be spared a place on the dinner table after they receive an official pardon from President Donald Trump.
Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, pardoned by President Donald Trump for war crimes, is expected to face a review board that will decide if his status as a SEAL officer will be rescinded.
Biden had already tweeted a photo of himself with former President Barack Obama with the comment, "Two elections. Zero criminal convictions."
On Friday, President Trump extended clemency for two members of the U.S. military accused of war crimes and reinstated the rank of a former SEAL found guilty of posing with a prisoner's corpse.
California Governor Gavin Newsom pardons three men who were at risk to be deported to Vietnam or Cambodia.
"General Michael Flynn, the 33 year war hero who has served with distinction... has retained a GREAT LAWYER," Trump tweeted.
Representative Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential candidate, said the WiliLeaks founder Julian Assange and national security whistleblower Edward Snowden should not be prosecuted for disclosing information.
"Do it right now. Do it right now on Twitter!" Fox News guest Michael Caputo said.
Former CIA Director John Brennan has no doubt Trump will pardon Paul Manafort, the only question is "when."
"I imagine that Chairman Cummings will end up referring him" to the Justice Department for alleged perjury, Hill said.
"He's exposed to more than 20 years in jail," Fox News Judge Andrew Napolitano said.
"We shouldn't be punishing people for something that is no longer illegal in Washington state," Inslee tweeted.
Florida Representative Matt Gaetz told The Hill he was "far more troubled by the fact that [Flynn] seems to be in legal jeopardy so that there can be leverage built against the president."