Donald Trump expected to issue ‘up to 100 pardons’ in last day as US President

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    With one foot out of the Oval Office’s door, Donald Trump is on his last day as US President after one term and with a record-low 34% of approval rating. He is expected to prepare further pardons before heading to Florida. “Donald Trump is said to have taped a video farewell address expected to be released today, and the President is also expected to issue pardons, up to 100 pardons, some reports say”, FRANCE 24’s Washington correspondent Kethevane Gorjestani reports.

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