Trump uses pardon power to wipe crimes of high-profile names, including Blagojevich and Milken

Rod Blagojevich, the former Democratic governor of Illinois, was convicted on corruption charges in 2011. Michael Milken pleaded guilty to insider trading charges in 1990. The president also pardoned former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik and former San Francisco 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr.

Post-impeachment, Trump declares himself ‘chief law enforcement officer’ of America

Through pardons and tweets, President Trump has directly intervened in an array of criminal matters.

Barr has told people close to Trump that he is considering quitting over president’s tweets

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Mark Pavelich in action during a 1980 exhibition game against the Soviet Union. (Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)
Mark Pavelich in action during a 1980 exhibition game against the Soviet Union. (Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)
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It ruled that an intent to discriminate against African Americans was a “primary motivating factor” behind the law, passed by the Republican legislature in 2018. The injunction reduces the likelihood that the rule will be in effect in during November’s elections.
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