"And he has no need to do it, he's done nothing wrong".
"In the meantime, the never-ending Witch Hunt, led by 13 very Angry and Conflicted Democrats (& others) continues into the mid-terms!"
'You can't pardon yourself, ' Democratic US Representative Ted Deutch said in response to Trump on Twitter. "This would be completely constitutional, according to Trump's new Supreme Court Justice Donald Trump".
Muguruza embarrasses Sharapova with a thumping win
On Court Suzanne Lenglen, Marin Cilic and Juan Martin del Potro were locked in a first-set tiebreak when play was called off. The signs were ominous when the five-times Grand Slam champion coughed up three nervy double-faults in the opening game.
The dispute among scholars on the issue nearly guarantees that if Trump faced indictment and pardoned himself, the next step would be a court challenge, with the President's fate decided by judges - or even the Supreme Court.
Speaking to CNN's Chris Cuomo, Giuliani said that Sekulow and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (who also publicly denied the president dictated the statement) had simply gotten facts wrong about Trump's involvement.
"He shouldn't and no one is above the law", the GOP leader said when asked about the president's tweets on Monday suggesting he had the right to erase any convictions in the special counsel's probe of his campaign's ties to Russian Federation. Giuliani told ABC's "This Week".
Lindsey Graham, the senator from SC who was one of the House managers during the impeachment proceedings against former president Bill Clinton, advised the president and other relevant people not to "obstruct justice", the report added.
Smith leads weather-delayed U.S. Women's Open
Second-placed Ariya said she was paying little attention to her position, instead just focusing on her own form. "Yeah. World number 97 Smith, winless in 222 starts on the LPGA Tour, failed to notch a single birdie.
Trump and his administration have been focused on discrediting a special counsel probe into Russian Federation and the Trump campaign that is being led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
"So it's probably not going to happen", Colbert quipped, "because if there's one thing Donald Trump won't do, it's exercise".
He added that he is still leaning against recommending that Trump do an interview with Mueller, but "we want to keep an open mind" if the special counsel can keep it brief and to a narrow set of topics. Mueller is investigating Russia's attempts to sway voters in the 2016 election and whether Trump associates provided any help.
During the Nixon years, in 1974, Mary Lawton, acting assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel, opined that the president couldn't pardon himself "u$3 nder the fundamental rule that no one may be a judge in his own case", citing the disqualification rule.
Apple launches new OS version called 'Mojave' for Mac PCs and laptops
The developer preview of iOS 12 is available now and a public beta programme will be available to iOS users later this month. Likewise, the new Stacks feature helps to organize the desktop clutter by automatically assembling files into set groups.
Giuliani said Kim quickly changed his position, expressed willingness to discuss denuclearization and asked to have the meeting again.