Rudolph Giuliani and President Trump discuss pre-pardon. The former New York City Mayor and current personal lawyer to President Trump, Rudy Giuliani, discussed the possibility of a pre-pardon with Trump for his role in the ousting of an American Ambassador to the Ukraine, a scheme fundamental in the president’s impeachment.
Giuliani held a press conference last month at Four Seasons Landscaping in Philadelphia to assert baseless claims of voter fraud because Sleepy Joe beat Trump in the 2020 Presidential Election.
Trump, who already pardoned national security adviser Michael Flynn and commuted the sentence of friend Roger Stone Jr, will have no allies to hangout with in prison after he leaves office and faces sentencing for something or another that he did. It’s a long list.
Giuliani has yet to have charges brought against him, showing that no actual need for a pre-pardon or discussion is necessary.