Obama’s corrupt Attorney General Eric Holder has weighed in on Trump’s possible pardon if he is convicted of federal crimes.
Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan asked Eric Holder about a possible pardon from Trump.
Biden recently had his main political opponent arrested and charged with federal crimes.
Margaret Brennan asked Eric Holder, who was previously charged with criminal contempt of Congress for failing to turn over documents related to his Fast and Furious scandal, if he would advise the next president to consider a pardon from Trump.
“Before I let you go, I want to ask you to put your attorney general hat back on. Would you advise President Biden, or whoever the next president is, to consider pardoning the 45th President of the United States, before or after a notional sentencing,” Margaret Brennan asked Eric Holder.
“I think I would look at – tell the president, the next attorney general, you know, to let the – let the system do its thing, try the cases, see what the results are, and then deal with this convicted president or whoever else who is convicted like any other person would be treated,” Holder said.
“Pardons are usually for people who express remorse and then did things that show they changed their lives. If those kinds of decisions can be made with respect to the former president or anyone else convicted, yes, I would support that. Absent something like that, I don’t think it would be a wise thing to do,” Holder said.