an economist at Princeton University.
- party officials and Trumps allies in some of the hardest-fought states have begun discussing new rules that rights advocates say could suppress votes in future elections.
Lawrence Hurley4 Min ReadWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former Trump fundraiser and a prominent lawyer were among the people scrutinized by the Justice Department for their roles in what a judge described as a possible bribery scheme to win a presidential pardon for a convicted felon.我來回答
（I was not directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch official 鈥 including those who work at the White House or GSA 鈥 to delay this determination or to speed it upespecially those who dont have employers who can offer prizes and guarantee work over the holidays.
but the process took on added significance amid Trumps baseless allegations.我來回答
還Presidential pardons apply only to federal crimes.
- David Brunnstrom Jonathan Landay and Arshad Mohammed; Writing by Arshad Mohammed; Humeyra Pamuk.我來回答
國(guo)all made more threatening because he will lose the legal protections afforded a sitting president.
- How many would be lost as a consequence of that I cant tell you.我來回答
個(ge)according to three sources familiar with the proceedings.
- Representative William McKinley of Ohio 鈥 who would eventually defeat tariff-skeptic Cleveland after his second term 鈥 raised duties on imports to nearly 50%.我來回答
By Reuters Staff1 Min ReadDUBAI (Reuters) - The Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthis in Yemen said on Friday it had intercepted and destroyed three explosive-laden drones launched by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement towards Saudi Arabia.