FULL SHOW: Giuliani aide says presidential pardon costs $2 million – Report
As the clock winds down for the Trump administration, the subject of pardons is at the forefront. According to Former CIA operative turned whistleblower John Kiriakou, an aide to Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani told him that getting a presidential pardon could cost him $2 million. Kiriakou joins In Question to share his story.
President Trump is expected to issue a final wave of pardons in the 11th hour of his presidency, all while the US senate continues to push for an Impeachment trial while also holding hearings for soon-to-be President Joe Biden’s Cabinet nominees. RT America’s John Huddy reports from the streets of Washington, DC.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen is looking to bolster the island’s defenses ahead of the Lunar New Year, and had troops conducting military drills using tanks, mortars, and small arms aimed at repelling an attack from mainland China leaving some worrying the island is looking to reclaim its independence. Meanwhile, in Iran-the IRGC is conducting drills of its own. Former UK MP George Galloway shares his analysis.