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2021-01-16 2:10:34 PM  
Maybe. If donnie tries it will greatly increase his chances of conviction in the Senate followed by criminal charges against himself for sure. What limits there are on the pardon power, can it be used to continue a criminal enterprise or obstruction of justice and can one simply be bought? Will be addressed by the Courts in the next few years. The state charges will go forward while the pardon cases go thru the Courts.
 
2021-01-16 2:13:00 PM  
Perhaps it can be read that the power to pardon is the Presidents unless he was impeached or under impeachment
 
2021-01-16 2:13:47 PM  
He cannot pardon anyone while under impeachment.  After the impeachment trial, and if found not guilty he can exercise the power of the pardon but by then it will be after 20 January and he won't have that power.
 
2021-01-16 2:22:47 PM  
Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.

As for self-pardon, Pat Cipollone told Trump he could not self-pardon as a theory, and Trump said fine, If I can't self-pardon, then nobody gets a pardon. This exchange reportedly happened last week.


Trump has been told by his legal counsel, flat-out: self-pardon is a non-starter and not to do it.
 
2021-01-16 2:25:39 PM  

kanesays: Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.

As for self-pardon, Pat Cipollone told Trump he could not self-pardon as a theory, and Trump said fine, If I can't self-pardon, then nobody gets a pardon. This exchange reportedly happened last week.


Trump has been told by his legal counsel, flat-out: self-pardon is a non-starter and not to do it.


Rudy told him he can do whatever he wants. I'm sure he'll figure out something by Wednesday.
 
2021-01-16 2:26:54 PM  

teto85: He cannot pardon anyone while under impeachment.  After the impeachment trial, and if found not guilty he can exercise the power of the pardon but by then it will be after 20 January and he won't have that power.


Teto, have any legal scholar addresses this that you are aware? I think it's a fascinating legal theory, which is a brilliant play, if it was indeed employed as strategy by the Democrats.
 
2021-01-16 2:27:52 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: kanesays: Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.

As for self-pardon, Pat Cipollone told Trump he could not self-pardon as a theory, and Trump said fine, If I can't self-pardon, then nobody gets a pardon. This exchange reportedly happened last week.


Trump has been told by his legal counsel, flat-out: self-pardon is a non-starter and not to do it.

Rudy told him he can do whatever he wants. I'm sure he'll figure out something by Wednesday.


Rudy was also asking $20K-a-day and now Trump is stiffing him. There's an end to that.
 
2021-01-16 2:31:56 PM  

kanesays: Straight Outta Wells Branch: kanesays: Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.

As for self-pardon, Pat Cipollone told Trump he could not self-pardon as a theory, and Trump said fine, If I can't self-pardon, then nobody gets a pardon. This exchange reportedly happened last week.


Trump has been told by his legal counsel, flat-out: self-pardon is a non-starter and not to do it.

Rudy told him he can do whatever he wants. I'm sure he'll figure out something by Wednesday.

Rudy was also asking $20K-a-day and now Trump is stiffing him. There's an end to that.


Rudy is a loser and failed donnie and not only is not getting paid he is not getting a pardon. Rudy is desperate for a pardon because there are charges waiting for him. Lev and Igor are waiting for him to be join their trials.
 
2021-01-16 2:37:43 PM  
George Mason objected to the apparent breadth of the pardon power, contending that it was a fatal defect in the proposed constitution. Mason urged that the president "ought not to have the power of pardoning, because he may frequently pardon crimes which were advised by himself. It may happen, at some future day, that he will establish a monarchy, and destroy the republic."


"There is one security in this case to which gentlemen may not have adverted: if the President be connected, in any suspicious manner, with any person, and there be grounds to believe he will shelter him, the House of Representatives can impeach him; they can remove him if found guilty."
If a president can be impeached for pardoning someone with whom he is "connected, in any suspicious manner," then he certainly can be impeached for pardoning himself.
- James Madison

Madison presumed good faith on behalf of The Senate Majority Leader.
 
2021-01-16 2:38:32 PM  

kanesays: Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.


The problem i have with that is impeachment is political. Pardons are for crimes.
 
2021-01-16 2:43:50 PM  
https://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/​2​021/01/12/commentary/world-commentary/​trump-pardon-impeachment/

The central idea involved mercy and forbearance. Drawing on the British heritage, Alexander Hamilton referred to "the mercy of the government." But the founders were also pragmatists. Hamilton added that the "principal argument" for giving the pardon power to the president was that "in seasons of insurrection or rebellion, there are often critical moments, when a well timed offer of pardon to the insurgents or rebels may restore the tranquillity of the commonwealth."


The second reason for forbidding self-pardons points to an ancient idea: No one may be judge in his own cause.

That idea, at the core of the rule of law, is one of impartiality, and was well-known in the founding era. At the Constitutional Convention itself, Edmund Randolph of Virginia explicitly noted that "[t]he President may himself be guilty," and urged that pardons should not be available to protect oneself.

In 1974, in the midst of the Watergate scandal that would soon force President Richard Nixon to resign, the Department of Justice cited the "fundamental rule" that no one may be judge in his own cause and concluded plainly, "The President cannot pardon himself."
 
2021-01-16 2:53:02 PM  
Brian Kalt MSU law professor explains that Trump retains all of his powers until he is convicted or his term ends, meaning, "he can still issue pardons -- whether related to his impeachment or not -- while he is impeached."
Kalt noted that former president Bill Clinton pardoned 34 people between his impeachment on Dec 19, 1998 and his acquittal on Feb 12, 1999.
"Nobody batted an eye at that because, again, the standard reading of the impeachment exception to the pardon power ... is uniformly understood and accepted."

B) A Washington Post analysis by two professors and experts on the U.S. presidential office said that only Congress, not the Supreme Court, can decide whether the president "can pardon himself or others directly connected to the high crimes for which he is impeached."
"We and other legal scholars understand the clause to mean ... the president cannot pardon himself or others in matters directly associated with his own impeachment," wrote Corey Brettschneider, a professor of political science at Brown University and Jeffery K. Tulis, a professor of government at the University of Texas at Austin.
"Under this view, Trump could issue no pardon for himself or the insurrectionists for criminal charges related to the events of last week."

https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/america-​v​otes/can-president-trump-issue-pardons​-while-impeached-experts-at-odds-1.526​6242
 
2021-01-16 2:58:00 PM  
No. He can still pardon.
No, most reputable scholars don't believe a president can pardon themselves.

That seems to be the scholarly interpretations I've been reading for 4 years.
 
2021-01-16 2:59:01 PM  
For the last time, NO
 
2021-01-16 3:09:39 PM  
No. It means that he cannot pardon someone who is being impeached from the charges associated with impeachment.

There are lots of people besides the President himself who can be impeached, and it's basically a "separation of powers" thing that says that if the Legislative branch decides to impeach, the Executive branch cannot overrule that.

On the extent of his Pardon power, there are a lot of well-informed legal views around there from far more qualified voices than mine. The general consensus is that the President cannot grant himself a pardon, not least because a "grant" is inherently transitive (and the school of thought that says: if there were any chance it was possible, Nixon would have done it). There is little to no doubt that he can't be resign and be pardoned for the charges under an impeachment, but there is some ambiguity over whether that means only that he can't be pardoned out of the impeachment trial, or that he also can't be pardoned out of criminal charges related to the same actions. And muddiest of all is the question of whether he can pardon the rioters whose actions directly relate to his own impeachment.

Short version: nobody really knows about the criminal charges part until he tries it, but probably he can't.

HTH
 
2021-01-16 3:27:14 PM  

buckwebb: No. He can still pardon.
No, most reputable scholars don't believe a president can pardon themselves.

That seems to be the scholarly interpretations I've been reading for 4 years.


And yet, he will most likely do it.  Think about it - how many times have we all here on Fark said "He can't do that", and legal scholars and legislators and pundits all said, "He can't do that" and damn if he didn't do it anyway.  He Really. Truly. Does. Not. Give. A. F*CK what anyone says he can or can't do.

What does he have to lose from a self-pardon?  If he's committed crimes and he can self-pardon, he's off the hook.  If he's committed crimes and he cannot self-pardon but does it anyway, his crimes become the secondary question while the pardon power is endlessly debated and the Supreme Court finally gives a ruling.  If he's lucky, they will rule for him (not likely). In the meantime, he has Cruz, Hawley, Nunes, Jordan, Graham, et al. vigorously defending him in the public arena.  Finally, if the ruling goes against him, he will appeal and appeal and appeal, as he does, each separate charge, and the court cases may outlive him.  It will be a small thing to avoid Federal prison while the trials are ongoing.

State charges are another matter, but I'm not holding my breath that he will go to prison there, either.  He's slippery and he's stayed out of jail this long.

In short, I think he'll do it and then try to run out the clock.  All it does is buy him time and free defense.
 
2021-01-16 4:03:37 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: buckwebb: No. He can still pardon.
No, most reputable scholars don't believe a president can pardon themselves.

That seems to be the scholarly interpretations I've been reading for 4 years.

And yet, he will most likely do it.  Think about it - how many times have we all here on Fark said "He can't do that", and legal scholars and legislators and pundits all said, "He can't do that" and damn if he didn't do it anyway.  He Really. Truly. Does. Not. Give. A. F*CK what anyone says he can or can't do.

What does he have to lose from a self-pardon?  If he's committed crimes and he can self-pardon, he's off the hook.  If he's committed crimes and he cannot self-pardon but does it anyway, his crimes become the secondary question while the pardon power is endlessly debated and the Supreme Court finally gives a ruling.  If he's lucky, they will rule for him (not likely). In the meantime, he has Cruz, Hawley, Nunes, Jordan, Graham, et al. vigorously defending him in the public arena.  Finally, if the ruling goes against him, he will appeal and appeal and appeal, as he does, each separate charge, and the court cases may outlive him.  It will be a small thing to avoid Federal prison while the trials are ongoing.

State charges are another matter, but I'm not holding my breath that he will go to prison there, either.  He's slippery and he's stayed out of jail this long.

In short, I think he'll do it and then try to run out the clock.  All it does is buy him time and free defense.


Classic narcissism, with a pile of oppositional defiance disorder on top.  The more people tell him to not do XYZ, the more defiant he becomes about doing it.  The whole military sendoff, rah-rah rally somewhere else may be a diversionary tactic created by Javanka.  The bad and tackiness of trying to upstage the inauguration is nothing compared to the really bad and possibly illegal of passing out pardons, to any and all.  Javanka and company know that people will forget the optics in about a week or two, but a long drawn out series of court battles over pardons, and the recipients will keep this on the front pages.  They are trying to save the brand, despite everything Dad is doing.
 
2021-01-16 6:31:27 PM  

cherryl taggart: Benevolent Misanthrope: buckwebb: No. He can still pardon.
No, most reputable scholars don't believe a president can pardon themselves.

That seems to be the scholarly interpretations I've been reading for 4 years.

And yet, he will most likely do it.  Think about it - how many times have we all here on Fark said "He can't do that", and legal scholars and legislators and pundits all said, "He can't do that" and damn if he didn't do it anyway.  He Really. Truly. Does. Not. Give. A. F*CK what anyone says he can or can't do.

What does he have to lose from a self-pardon?  If he's committed crimes and he can self-pardon, he's off the hook.  If he's committed crimes and he cannot self-pardon but does it anyway, his crimes become the secondary question while the pardon power is endlessly debated and the Supreme Court finally gives a ruling.  If he's lucky, they will rule for him (not likely). In the meantime, he has Cruz, Hawley, Nunes, Jordan, Graham, et al. vigorously defending him in the public arena.  Finally, if the ruling goes against him, he will appeal and appeal and appeal, as he does, each separate charge, and the court cases may outlive him.  It will be a small thing to avoid Federal prison while the trials are ongoing.

State charges are another matter, but I'm not holding my breath that he will go to prison there, either.  He's slippery and he's stayed out of jail this long.

In short, I think he'll do it and then try to run out the clock.  All it does is buy him time and free defense.

Classic narcissism, with a pile of oppositional defiance disorder on top.  The more people tell him to not do XYZ, the more defiant he becomes about doing it.  The whole military sendoff, rah-rah rally somewhere else may be a diversionary tactic created by Javanka.  The bad and tackiness of trying to upstage the inauguration is nothing compared to the really bad and possibly illegal of passing out pardons, to any and all.  Javanka and company know that people will forget the optics in about a week or two, but a long drawn out series of court battles over pardons, and the recipients will keep this on the front pages.  They are trying to save the brand, despite everything Dad is doing.


https://www.defenseone.com/ideas/2021​/​01/pentagon-wont-throw-traditional-far​ewell-ceremony-trump/171408/

https://www.palmbeachpost.com/story/n​e​ws/politics/state/2021/01/15/formerly-​welcoming-florida-gop-silent-idea-trum​p-inauguration-day-rally/4163448001/
 
2021-01-16 6:35:52 PM  

GardenWeasel: For the last time, NO


Riiiiiight.

Unless we're about to pass a Constitutional amendment, this will absolutely not be the last time you have to explain that.
 
2021-01-16 7:07:08 PM  
That would make sense, so it probably doesn't work that way.
 
2021-01-16 7:09:15 PM  
The way I always read it is that he couldn't pardon someone who had been impeached (so huh crimes and misdemeanours by a sitting elected official in the federal government can never be forgiven.)

This "he can't pardon anyone while being impeached" never seemed the intent of the passage. Though of course the founding fathers thought pardons would be rare, not something done by the hundreds during lame duck time.
 
2021-01-16 7:10:12 PM  
I don't care, just get him out off there before he can pardon any more criminals, especially the Capitol attackers and members of his own family.
 
2021-01-16 7:10:17 PM  
History will not be kind and this is even before the vote.
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2021-01-16 7:10:44 PM  
No. It means he can't pardon someone who is being impeached, such as the vice president or other officials.
 
2021-01-16 7:11:05 PM  
"trump can't self pardon"

what are they going to do?  impeach him for that horrendous abuse of power?
we've seen how that goes.
 
2021-01-16 7:13:09 PM  
I read it as he can't pardon an impeachment, of himself or anyone else.  That would seem to fall in line with the separation of powers since it is congress that does the impeachment and trial.  For normal laws, the executive would be involved in the process.

Otherwise he could just pardon himself as he is being removed from office, nullifying the check on his powers.

My mind is not a pit full of vipers though, so legal scholars may have a different view.
 
2021-01-16 7:13:53 PM  
Here's what I think is going to happen:

1) He's going to pardon them.
2) He's going to do years of rallies where he pulls them up on stage and celebrates them as "patriots."
3) It will pour fuel on the flame of his cult like nothing else.

/please please let me be wrong
 
2021-01-16 7:14:36 PM  
The fact that there's so much debate in all of this proves how half assed the whole thing was written.
 
2021-01-16 7:15:22 PM  
No
 
2021-01-16 7:15:48 PM  

teto85: He cannot pardon anyone while under impeachment.  After the impeachment trial, and if found not guilty he can exercise the power of the pardon but by then it will be after 20 January and he won't have that power.


You know no sane legal expert holds that position and you sound like a Q loonie when you say shiat like this. Please stop.
 
2021-01-16 7:16:41 PM  
Wouldn't pardoning people for crimes related to his impeachment potentially be a form of witness tampering?  Clinton may have pardoned a bunch of people between his impeachment and his trial, but I'm pretty sure none of those were related in any way to his impeachment.  In this case, it kind of seems like paying off witnesses to me.
 
2021-01-16 7:17:32 PM  

sophus_tree: 1) He's going to pardon them.


He's not going to pardon them, I don't know why anyone thinks that he would. He has nothing to gain and it will only implicate him further.
 
2021-01-16 7:18:00 PM  

sforce: No. It means he can't pardon someone who is being impeached, such as the vice president or other officials.


This.

Other officials besides the President-Federal Judges for example-can be impeached and removed from office.

The language Subby is asking about simply means he can't stop an impeachment by granting a pardon.

So to answer subby's question-No
 
2021-01-16 7:18:25 PM  

sophus_tree: Here's what I think is going to happen:

1) He's going to pardon them.
2) He's going to do years of rallies where he pulls them up on stage and celebrates them as "patriots."
3) It will pour fuel on the flame of his cult like nothing else.

/please please let me be wrong


trump needs to be in jail within 6 months of being out of office.
trump plus most of his senior advisors/associates and a few family members.

anything else is going to lead to basically a fully formed domestic terrorist group activating against biden from the trump cult.
 
2021-01-16 7:18:39 PM  
Clinton kept pardoning. Didn't he?
 
2021-01-16 7:19:06 PM  

oopsboom: sophus_tree: Here's what I think is going to happen:

1) He's going to pardon them.
2) He's going to do years of rallies where he pulls them up on stage and celebrates them as "patriots."
3) It will pour fuel on the flame of his cult like nothing else.

/please please let me be wrong

trump needs to be in jail within 6 months of being out of office.
trump plus most of his senior advisors/associates and a few family members.

anything else is going to lead to basically a fully formed domestic terrorist group activating against biden from the trump cult.


I wouldn't wait 6 months
 
2021-01-16 7:20:55 PM  
Except in the case of impeachment only means he cannot pardon an impeachment--nothing more, nothing less.
 
2021-01-16 7:21:19 PM  

austerity101: Wouldn't pardoning people for crimes related to his impeachment potentially be a form of witness tampering?


No
 
2021-01-16 7:21:45 PM  
I truly believe Rudy is the hero in this epic.

Without Rudy and his insane ideas I don't believe trump would have continued with the rhetoric/actions that caused Georgia senators flipping or him being impeached.

Sure, T's rhetoric would have still been insane, but having that cousin farker whispering sweet seditions in his ear kept him pushing the conspiracies that sunk him.
 
2021-01-16 7:22:32 PM  
Granted, it was twenty years ago and we only talked about it briefly in class, but considering the professor was Charles Alan Wright (one of the attorneys who defended Nixon), I think he had done the research:

The president can pardon anyone for anything, except someone who is being impeached. Impeachment is a political process based on criminal actions. If I remember correctly, the inability to pardon applies both to the criminal act and the impeachment itself.

We never talked about self-pardon, but it's safe to assume that if Prof. Wright believed it possible, he would have used it for Nixon.
 
2021-01-16 7:22:35 PM  

oopsboom: sophus_tree: Here's what I think is going to happen:

1) He's going to pardon them.
2) He's going to do years of rallies where he pulls them up on stage and celebrates them as "patriots."
3) It will pour fuel on the flame of his cult like nothing else.

/please please let me be wrong

trump needs to be in jail within 6 months microseconds of being out of office.
trump plus most of his senior advisors/associates and a few family members.

anything else is going to lead to basically a fully formed domestic terrorist group activating against biden from the trump cult.


ftfy
 
2021-01-16 7:25:02 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: kanesays: Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.

As for self-pardon, Pat Cipollone told Trump he could not self-pardon as a theory, and Trump said fine, If I can't self-pardon, then nobody gets a pardon. This exchange reportedly happened last week.


Trump has been told by his legal counsel, flat-out: self-pardon is a non-starter and not to do it.

Rudy told him he can do whatever he wants. I'm sure he'll figure out something by Wednesday.


I truly believe Rudy is the hero in this epic.

Without Rudy and his insane ideas I don't believe trump would have continued with the rhetoric/actions that caused Georgia senators flipping or him being impeached.

Sure, T's rhetoric would have still been insane, but having that cousin farker whispering sweet seditions in his ear kept him pushing the conspiracies that sunk him.
 
2021-01-16 7:25:15 PM  

cman: Perhaps it can be read that the power to pardon is the Presidents unless he was impeached or under impeachment


Why are we even discussing this?  He was impeached last year too.  He has delivered plenty of pardons since then.
 
2021-01-16 7:26:12 PM  

eurotrader: kanesays: Straight Outta Wells Branch: kanesays: Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.

As for self-pardon, Pat Cipollone told Trump he could not self-pardon as a theory, and Trump said fine, If I can't self-pardon, then nobody gets a pardon. This exchange reportedly happened last week.


Trump has been told by his legal counsel, flat-out: self-pardon is a non-starter and not to do it.

Rudy told him he can do whatever he wants. I'm sure he'll figure out something by Wednesday.

Rudy was also asking $20K-a-day and now Trump is stiffing him. There's an end to that.

Rudy is a loser and failed donnie and not only is not getting paid he is not getting a pardon. Rudy is desperate for a pardon because there are charges waiting for him. Lev and Igor are waiting for him to be join their trials.


1) Rudy gets stiffed
2) still represents trump in senate trial
3) absolutely rats the entire scheme out
4) senate is forced to unanimously convict.
5) Rudy walks away because the trump ship just burned down to the waterline.
 
2021-01-16 7:27:36 PM  
I don't see why he would pardon anyone else. His pardons only served himself, either by giving his supporters a nod that he was with them (Sheriff Joe) or friends who could help him politically and financially (Roger Stone). He has nothing left to gain so I don't see why he would care about any of these people's cases. If he pardons the traitors who stormed the capitol, well a lot of them are using "the president told me to" as an excuse, and that's likely to hurt him when the senate trial happens.

I've never actually witnessed someone who acts like him, only concerned for himself and absolutely no f*cks to give about anyone else, including his own family. It's just so foreign to me and I can't understand it, probably because I'm not a narcissistic sociopath, I guess.
 
2021-01-16 7:27:59 PM  
The way I'd liketo interpret it is that once The House voted to impeach him the first time he no longer had the power to pardon.
 
2021-01-16 7:29:26 PM  
He was already impeached so clearly he can. The only way Republicans will convict Trump (after the 20th, of course) will be to say that they're saving taxpayer dollars, which Republicans are famously good at...
 
2021-01-16 7:29:32 PM  
Crikey... this... grammatically works.

Suck on that, textualists.
 
2021-01-16 7:32:04 PM  

1funguy: eurotrader: kanesays: Straight Outta Wells Branch: kanesays: Robert Reich said that his interpretation of the meaning was that no President can self-pardon, or be pardoned ever, for Impeachment. That cannot be expunged.

As for self-pardon, Pat Cipollone told Trump he could not self-pardon as a theory, and Trump said fine, If I can't self-pardon, then nobody gets a pardon. This exchange reportedly happened last week.


Trump has been told by his legal counsel, flat-out: self-pardon is a non-starter and not to do it.

Rudy told him he can do whatever he wants. I'm sure he'll figure out something by Wednesday.

Rudy was also asking $20K-a-day and now Trump is stiffing him. There's an end to that.

Rudy is a loser and failed donnie and not only is not getting paid he is not getting a pardon. Rudy is desperate for a pardon because there are charges waiting for him. Lev and Igor are waiting for him to be join their trials.

1) Rudy gets stiffed
2) still represents trump in senate trial
3) absolutely rats the entire scheme out
4) senate is forced to unanimously convict.
5) Rudy walks away because the trump ship just burned down to the waterline.


There is a 0% chance that all republicans would vote against him.
 
2021-01-16 7:32:08 PM  
Could we FFS pin the answer to this to the top of the Politics tab and stop asking the question?
 
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