This time Trump forgave his son-in-law's father

 



One by one, US President Donald Trump is announcing a general amnesty to his people. His son-in-law's father, Jared Kushner's dad is also on the latest list of general amnesties announced by Trump. Meanwhile, Trump has threatened Iran.


In the space of 48 hours, Trump granted amnesty to 26 more people on Wednesday. Some have even been acquitted of future trials. 

Among them are former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, longtime adviser Roger Stone, son-in-law Jared Kushner's father Charles Kushner.

The US Constitution gives the president the power to declare a general amnesty and to acquit of any crime. The judiciary has a separate department for declaring such general amnesty.




 All these are recommended from there. Jack Goldsmith, a professor of law at Harvard, said the judiciary had such recommendations in only five of the 75 people who received a general pardon from President Trump before yesterday.

Trump has threatened Iran that Iran will have to pay the price if an American is killed in an attack in Iraq.

The New York Times has previously reported that Trump is looking for ways to attack Iran.

President Trump, who has yet to lose the election, is worried about what he can do at the last minute of his term.


Joe Biden will take over as US President on January 20. There is talk in the American political arena that Trump may give birth to various incidents before him.

On the night of December 23, President Trump posted pictures of three rocket launchers on his Twitter account. 

In a statement attached to the photo, Trump said three failed rocket attacks on the US embassy in Iraq last Sunday night. He said the attacks were carried out by Iran. He further added that more attacks on Americans in Iraq are being planned from Iran.

Trump threatened in his tweet that he wanted to give Iran a lesson. If an American is killed in such an attack, Iran will be blamed. He called on Iran to reconsider its role in the attack.

Shortly after he tweeted threatening Iran, Trump hinted at his old claim that the US presidential election had been rigged.

In a tweet last night, Trump reiterated that he had seen massive vote-rigging in the Nov. 3 election. 

He disagrees with those who oppose the appointment of a special counsel for the immediate investigation. Nothing than that the election was the biggest fraud in history, Trump said it needed to be thoroughly investigated

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