So far, President Trump has pardoned racist Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, ex-Cheney aide Scooter Libby and now he plans to pardon convicted criminal Dinesh D'Souza. Presidents have come under fire in the past for pardons they granted—like Marc Rich under Clinton or Bush Sr.'s pardon of all the Iran-Contra defendants—and many believe we ought to get rid of the presidential pardon altogether. But presidents have also used the pardon for good, and it is a power granted in the Constitution. What do you think? ⚖
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