(The Washington Post)
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Nixon's White House counsel links 'pardon power' to 'obstruction of justice'
Testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, former president Richard Nixon's White House counsel John W. Dean III compared President Trump's use of pardons to Nixon's on June 10.
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