From New York to Atlanta, federal and state prosecutors may be lining up for their shot at the twice-impeached president
Donald Trump has departed Washington DC in greater legal jeopardy than when he arrived. Despite the president’s pronouncement that he possesses the “absolute right to PARDON” himself, he flinched. When the Trump delivered scores of late-night pardons with just hours to go in the job, his name and those of his family members were not on the list, not even Ivanka.
Instead, the former television reality show host stands to star in another drama of his own making, but this time as a possible criminal defendant. From New York to Atlanta – and parts in between – federal and state prosecutors may be lining up for their shot at the twice-impeached president.