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President Trump on Tuesday granted clemency to 20 convicted felons — including pardons for two men who lied to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators, the White House said.
The Pre-Christmas blitz of forgiveness also included pardons for two crooked former members of Congress and a commuted sentence for a third.
Pardons also went to four military contractors convicted in the massacre of 17 Iraqi civilians in 2007, two former Border Patrol agents who covered up the shooting of an unarmed illegal immigrant and several people serving long sentences for drug convictions.
In all, Trump handed out 15 pardons and five commutations, the White House said.
The Mueller-related pardons of George Papadopoulos, a 2016 Trump campaign aide, and Alex van der Zwaan, a Dutch lawyer, brought to four the number of people the president has granted clemency in connection with the Russia probe, which he repeatedly labeled a political “witch hunt.”
Last month, Trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn for lying to the FBI and he earlier commuted the sentence of former 2016 campaign adviser Roger Stone, just days before the start of his prison sentence.
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