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President Donald Trump in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House on March 25, 2019.

New York is poised to pass 2 bills that would make it easier for Congress to get Trump’s taxes and weaken his pardon power

One bill makes it easier for Congress to get Trump's state taxes, and the other curbs the effect of his pardon power in New York.
James Comey.

After Giuliani comment, poll shows most Trump supporters say the president should be prosecuted if he shot James Comey

Earlier this month, President Donald Trump's outside attorney Rudy Giuliani made a seemingly wild suggestion: The president could commit any crime and not face an indictment unless he was first impeached.
Paul Ryan.

‘No one is above the law’: Paul Ryan says Trump shouldn’t pardon himself

House Speaker Paul Ryan said in his weekly news conference on Wednesday that President Donald Trump "shouldn't" pardon himself.
Rudy Giuliani.

Rudy Giuliani: Here’s what Trump’s talking about when he floats pardoning himself and lashing out at Mueller

President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani responded to the president's Monday assertion that he has the right to pardon himself and that the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is unconstitutional.
Donald Trump.

Trump is venturing into uncharted legal territory as he muses about pardoning himself

President Donald Trump's power to grant pardons is broad, but the question of whether a president can pardon themselves has not been tested before — but legal experts say a court is unlikely to side with Trump if he seeks to pardon himself.
Robert Mueller.

Trump just sent a clear signal to associates in Mueller’s crosshairs to ‘stay the course and he will protect them’

Dinesh D'Souza, Martha Stewart, and Rod Blagojevich were convicted, among other things, of obstruction of justice, lying to investigators, and campaign finance violations — all of which President Trump and his associates are being investigated for or have been charged with.

New York’s attorney general is making a bold proposal to circumvent Trump’s pardon power

New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman wants to amend state law to allow for the prosecution of those who have been preemptively pardoned.