Constitutional Law Professor David Schultz on President Trump’s proclamation of pardoning

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University of Minnesota Constitutional Law Professor David Schultz explains the stipulations under which the presidential pardon applies. That’s after he issued a tweet today saying that he can, should he need to.

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