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Committee on the JudiciaryIntroducedApril 18th, 2018
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The president shouldn’t be able to pardon people in connection with investigations in which the president or a family member is a target, subject, or witness without Congress getting access to evidence from the investigation.
The president has the constitutional authority to issue pardons to whomever they please and Congress would be wrong to interfere with that by requiring the disclosure of pardons stemming from investigations involving the president.