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President Trump has been asking his friends, aides and staff in recent days if they would like pardons – even those who are not facing charges, a senior government official told the Washington Post. In one case, the official said Trump offered an apology to a person who turned down the option of mercy and said they had no legal problems or committed any crimes. “Trump’s answer was, ‘Yeah, well, but you never know. They’ll join us all. Maybe it’s not a bad idea. Let me know,'” the officer said. Trump has a keen interest in pardoning people, the Post reports, and even calling families to let them know in person that he granted a pardon. A person familiar with the matter told the Post that Trump was prevented from pardoning himself, family members and controversial figures like Rudy Giuliani. An aide said there was also a brief discussion of possible excuses related to the January 6 attack on the Capitol, but that idea went nowhere. While Trump has held a few ceremonial events in the past few weeks, journalists have been kept away from the White House. mostly because the president “is just not in a place that would do well,” an official told the Post. Trump is always freaking out, said another government official, speaking about his future but wasn’t sure where he will be. “He intervenes: ‘Well, I’m going to Florida and play golf and life is honestly better.’ And then the next moment it’s like, ‘But don’t you think there’s a chance to stay?’ “Said the officer. Read more at The Washington Post. More stories from Trump issues a last-minute order to rid his candidates of ethical obligations. 5 more devastating cartoons of Trump’s second impeachment Trump’s final mention of the pandemic as president includes racist conspiracy theory, downplayed deaths and no regrets

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