If not Flynn or Snowden, then who? Trump teases upcoming pardon for ‘VERY IMPORTANT’ person
US President Donald Trump said he would soon hand out a pardon to a “very important” person. While the details were left shrouded in mystery, he ruled out both his former advisor Michael Flynn and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
“Doing a pardon tomorrow on someone who is very, very important,” Trump told reporters on board Air Force One on Monday, offering little elaboration other than to say it would not be Flynn – his first National Security Advisor – nor the famed whistleblower.Also on rt.com Snowden sees ‘bend in the arc of history’ as ‘only the worst people’ are speaking against a possible pardon from Trump
Despite repeatedly calling Snowden a “traitor” over the years, Trump has hinted at giving the whistleblower a reprieve on more than one occasion in the last week, saying he may have been treated “unfairly” and that he would “look at” allowing him to return home.
With the president explicitly ruling him out for Tuesday’s pardon, however, it appears Snowden will have to remain in Moscow for some time longer, where he was given asylum after leaking a massive cache of purloined documents from the National Security Agency in 2013, revealing Washington’s sweeping domestic and global spying apparatus.Also on rt.com ‘Vultures’ already subpoenaed by Schiff: Trump trolls media & Democrats at traditional turkey pardoning ceremony
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