Rudy Giuliani discussed the possibility with President TrumpDonald John Trump Gerald Rivera on Trump’s doubts about election results: “Enough is enough” Murkowski: Trump must recognize White House race Scott Atlas resigns as Trump’s coronavirus adviser MORE that Giuliani could receive a presidential pardon, says a report in The New York Times.
The Times reported on Tuesday that the two men had held a pardon discussion last week, although the newspaper said it was unclear who raised the issue first. It said the two discussed the possibility of Trump pardoning Giuliani, who has not been charged with any crimes.
Shortly after the report was published, Giuliani vehemently denied that there had been such a discussion, saying on Twitter that the Times was lying and that he
“Rudy GiulianiRudy Giuliani Arizona certifies Biden’s victory over Trump Krebs claims that accusations of foreign interference in the 2020 election “farcical” Trump’s campaign is losing appeal because of the race in Pennsylvania replied that this report was untrue and that such a conversation had never taken place. This should clarify the situation. This is just another fake attack, “Giuliani’s lawyer Robert Costello told The Hill in response to a request for comment.
The Times report, authored by two high-ranking and respected reporters, Maggie HabermanMaggie Lindsey Haberman The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by the UAE Embassy in Washington – Trump OK Transition; Biden eavesdrops on the Treasury, Maggie Haberman’s attempt to write a book about the life and legacy of Trump Pence to spend time in Florida as Trump refuses to back down MORE and Michael C. Schmidt, comes as talk of pardons rises in Trump’s orbit.
On Monday, the host of Fox News Sean HannitySean Patrick’s cabinet, Haniti Biden, is a battleground for the future hopes of the GOP White House. Seth Rich’s parents reach undisclosed agreement with Fox News Palin responds to Obama: “He’s a provider of untruths” MORE said Trump should try to pardon himself and that he should pardon family members.
Haniti made the remarks as she responded to a former special adviser’s statement Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) Mueller of CNN Toobin warns that McCabe is in a “dangerous condition” with Trump’s daring anchor of CNN tearing Trump over Stone as he provokes the Clinton-Lynch pavement meeting The Hill’s 12:30 Report MOREan office that claims Trump should be investigated and potentially prosecuted by the Biden administration.
“If that’s what they want to do, if Biden ever becomes president, I would tell Trump to have mercy and have mercy on his family,” Haniti told Fox News late Monday.
Giuliani, who spearheaded Trump’s campaign efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 election that made the former vice president Joe BidenJoe Biden Gerald Rivera casts doubt on Trump’s election results: “Enough is enough” Senate approves two energy regulators filling Murkowski panel: Trump must give way to White House race MORE The winner has also previously spoken to the president about pardoning himself, the Times reported.