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Could President Trump Pardon Someone in Secret?

A Democratic congressman has introduced a bill that would force the White House to announce any presidential pardons publicly within three days of being granted. But could President Trump really pardon someone in secret? The short answer: In theory, yes. Presidents have broad authority to issue pardons, as determined by the Constitution. Article II, Section…
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