Former US Navy sailor pardoned by Trump plans to sue Obama over classified information case

Former US Navy sailor pardoned by Trump plans to sue Obama over classified information caseA Navy sailor pardoned by US president Donald Trump is planning to sue Barack Obama’s administration for improperly handling his case. Kristian Saucier was pardoned by Mr Trump, who tweeted congratulations to the former military member for his “newly found freedom,” in March 2018 after serving a year in a federal prison for taking photos of classified areas in a nuclear submarine. Saucier’s lawyers have alleged that Mr Obama, former FBI Director James Comey, and others in the administration treated Saucier’s case unfairly compared to the matter of Hillary Clinton using a private server for government emails while Mr Obama’s Secretary of State.


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Dinesh D'Souza, Pardoned by Trump, Claims Victory Over Obama Administration

  1. Dinesh D’Souza, Pardoned by Trump, Claims Victory Over Obama Administration  New York Times
  2. The Hill’s Morning Report: Takeaways from Trump’s pardons  The Hill
  3. Trump’s Pardons Undermine the Rule of Law  Bloomberg
  4. Dinesh D’Souza Sentenced in Manhattan Federal Court to Five Years of Probation for Campaign Finance Fraud — FBI  FBI.gov
  5. How Trump Has Already Abused His Presidential Pardon Power  RollingStone.com
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2 ways to get pardoned by Trump (Hint: Celebrity helps)

  1. 2 ways to get pardoned by Trump (Hint: Celebrity helps)  CNN
  2. Kim Kardashian West will visit the White House to talk prison reform  Los Angeles Times
  3. After months of talks, Kim (Kardashian) is coming to the White House  Quartz
  4. Keeping Up with the Kushners: With Jared Back on Top, Kim Kardashian Heads to the White House  Vanity Fair
  5. The Trump–Kim Kardashian meeting, explained  Vox
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Boxer Jack Johnson is posthumously pardoned by President Trump

  1. Boxer Jack Johnson is posthumously pardoned by President Trump  Washington Post
  2. Trump posthumously pardons heavyweight boxer Jack Johnson  CNN
  3. Jack Johnson, Heavyweight Boxing Champion, Pardoned by Trump  New York Times
  4. John McCain, Harry Reid ask Obama to pardon boxer Jack Johnson  CNN
  5. Jack Johnson — pardoned by Trump — fought hard against racism  Chicago Tribune
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A 'champion of … the rule of law': Mike Pence praises pardoned former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio

  1. A ‘champion of … the rule of law’: Mike Pence praises pardoned former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio  Los Angeles Times
  2. Mike Pence’s peculiar sense of morality  Washington Post
  3. Mike Pence Praises Notorious Criminal as Tireless Champion of the ‘Rule of Law’  New York Magazine
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Who was Jack Johnson, the boxer who may be pardoned by Trump?

  1. Who was Jack Johnson, the boxer who may be pardoned by Trump?  CNN
  2. Why President Trump Is Pardoning Boxer Jack Johnson 71 Years After His Death  Fortune
  3. Who Is Jack Johnson? President Trump Mulls Pardon of First Black Heavyweight Boxing Champion  Newsweek
  4. A REAL KNOCKOUT MILWAUKEE PROSTITUTE WAS JACK JOHNSON’S DOWNFALL. | Lifestyles: Food, Home …  Madison.com
  5. Jack Johnson descendant hopes for pardon, maybe from Trump  CBS News
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New York wants power to prosecute criminals pardoned by Donald Trump

New York wants power to prosecute criminals pardoned by Donald TrumpThe New York attorney general has said a criminal pardoned by Donald Trump should not be immune to being prosecuted by the state. In a letter, Eric Schneiderman urged Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders to close a loophole in New York’s double jeopardy law shielding recipients of presidential pardons from state prosecution. A change could make it more difficult for Trump aides and others who might be pardoned to escape criminal prosecution, even if special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election were curbed or shut down.


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