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@ChasKy53Trump allies worry a Stone pardon could hamper re-election bid

We can only pray The Donal keeps doing anything he can to help he DOES NOT get re-elected.

 

Ah well, let him and Rog share a diet Coke next year and reminisce about the 'good ol' days'.


Next year, Trump may be in jail .... where Stone also belonged.

They'll have to discuss the 'good ol days' on different sides of bullet proof glass!

 

 


Even Barr told trump not to commute Stone's sentence. I think he had to do it to keep Stone from turning state's evidence.


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@ChasKy53Trump allies worry a Stone pardon could hamper re-election bid

We can only pray The Donal keeps doing anything he can to help he DOES NOT get re-elected.

 

Ah well, let him and Rog share a diet Coke next year and reminisce about the 'good ol' days'.


Next year, Trump may be in jail .... where Stone also belonged.

They'll have to discuss the 'good ol days' on different sides of bullet proof glass!

 

 

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@angeleyes64 wrote:
@ChasKy53Trump allies worry a Stone pardon could hamper re-election bid

We can only pray The Donal keeps doing anything he can to help he DOES NOT get re-elected.

I know, right?  He seems to be doing a good job at insuring he doesn't get reelected.

 

His base besties are going to vote for him, no matter what, BUT his base besties aren't enough to win him a 2nd term and he isn't even trying to expand beyond them. 

 

Ah well, let him and Rog share a diet Coke next year and reminisce about the 'good ol' days'.

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We can only pray The Donal keeps doing anything he can to help he DOES NOT get re-elected.
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Trump allies worry a Stone pardon could hamper re-election bid
While his advisers fret about potential fallout from a pardon for Roger Stone, the president says he is "looking into it."
 
July 10, 2020, 11:38 AM CDT
By Carol E. Lee, Pete Williams, Peter Alexander and Kristen Welker

WASHINGTON —

 

President Donald Trump’s allies expect he could pardon or commute the sentence of Roger Stone within the next few days if his longtime friend is forced to report to prison on Tuesday as scheduled. But some of them are concerned such a move could further damage the president politically when he’s already facing headwinds less than four months before the November election.

Trump, who has been sharply critical of Stone’s case, on Friday said he’s considering using his executive clemency powers to keep his friend out of prison.

 

“I’ll be looking at it,” Trump told reporters at the White House. “I think Roger Stone was very unfairly treated.”

Stone has said he’s praying Trump intervenes. On Thursday, Trump told radio host Howie Carr “his prayer may be answered."

“He’s a good person, he’s a character, but he’s a really good person.”

 

Stone has been ordered to report to a federal minimum security prison in Georgia by July 14, but he is asking a federal appeals court for a 51-day delay to postpone his reporting date to Sept. 3 because of concerns about coronavirus. Given that he is 67 and has health problems, his lawyers told the appeals court last week, "he is at considerable risk from serious health consequences, including death, if his surrender date is not extended."

That ruling is expected before Tuesday. If Stone is granted a delay, that could postpone any immediate action from the president.

 

While the Justice Department originally supported Stone’s request for the trial judge, Amy Berman Jackson, to grant him a postponement, it said her decision delaying his reporting date only until mid-July was a reasonable one. The government therefore on Thursday urged the appeals court to deny Stone's latest request for a delay until September.

 

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https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-allies-worry-stone-pardon-could-hamper-re-electi...


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