President Trump Considering Pardon For Paul Manafort (VIDEO)
FOX & Friends host Ainsley Earhadt gave Sean Hannity’s audience a sneak peek of what was discussed during her interview with President Trump which is set to air Thursday morning.
Ms. Earhardt said Wednesday evening that President Trump is considering a pardon for his former campaign Chairman Paul Manafort.
This comes one day after a jury found Manafort guilty on 8 counts, including tax fraud; Manafort is facing up to 80 years in prison after Mueller’s thugs hunted him down and dug up old charges.
“He mentioned pardoning Manafort,” Ainsley Earhardt said.
“He did mention pardoning Manafort?” Hannity asked.
“He did. He said he considered that. He feels I think he feels bad for Manafort. They were friends, he didn’t work for him for very long. Worked for him for basically 100 days. The president didn’t know about all of this tax stuff. He wouldn’t know about that.”
President Trump also said he felt bad for Manafort Tuesday afternoon after the jury turned in their verdict.
“It doesn’t involve me but I still feel really sad…you know it’s a very sad thing that happened. This has nothing to do with Russian collusion. This started as Russian collusion…this has absolutely nothing to do…this is a witch hunt and it’s a disgrace,” Trump said on Tuesday.
Another thing to watch out for in Ainsley Earhardt’s interview with the President–he’s revealing some breaking news about AG Sessions, Rosenstein and Mueller!
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