Trump Seems Poised To Pardon Convicted Associate Roger Stone | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

By | February 16, 2020

Trump Seems Poised To Pardon Convicted Associate Roger Stone | The 11th Hour | MSNBC
Trump Seems Poised To Pardon Convicted Associate Roger Stone | The 11th Hour | MSNBC
Susan page you’re, one of full disclosure you’re one of to Susan’s wearied with regularity around here. The other is Glasser the rights for the New Yorker, and I quote from her to get your reaction. Although the president himself is unchanged, text around him is very much altered in the history of the Trump presidency. There will be a before impeachment and an after your view of that, the effect of the impeachment process. We were sure that President Trump was going to be acquitted by the Senate, won’t be the effect on him, and there were some, including Susan Collins, who suggested he might be chasing.

They might have learned a lesson that is screwing up in the case of President Trump. Is clearly been involved in in the past week since he was acquitted by the Senate. We see that everyday. We see that in his tweets we seeing his in what he’s doing now in these criminal cases. I think will continue to see that. Did you think that Roger’s phone is going to spend a day in jail between the Justice Department’s actions in the presidential pardon? I would be if I had a farm, I would not bet it on the idea that Rodger Stone will actually spend the night in jail.

Will Josh, let me give you 30 seconds on this, because this judges, now in a tough spot hot and the chief judge, yesterday, put out a statement kind of covering her employees saying this office is not affected by outside pressures. Right and remember this sentence thing unless it’s deferred, for some reason, is now basically less than a week. It’S next Thursday, it supposed to take place. So the notion that this story will drop out of the headlines, because the president’s going to campaign rallies or something is just not going to happen, and there are still many Little Wheel spinning here in terms of the reviews that far has started in the MK stand.

In other cases that it’s just hard to see this going away, I think that Amy Berman Jackson, the judge, will probably give a fairly stiff sentence to Rodger Stone. She didn’t seem to care for his behavior very much at all, so I think he’s looking at a tough time but, like Susan says, he may get a pardon very quickly after that. The other Prospect of Pardons just put everything into question, thanks for watching MSNBC on YouTube.
After impeachment, will an embolded Trump pardon his convicted associate Roger Stone? We talk to Susan Page and Josh Gerstein. Aired on 02/14/20.
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