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Biden says he is concerned about reports Trump is considering of preventive pardons

President-elect Joe Biden said that when it comes to the Justice Department he will “not tell them what to do and what not to do”. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris were interviewed by CNN’s Jake Tapper on Thursday, and the discussion revolved around reports that President Trump is considering preemptively pardoning his adult children, son-in-law Jared Kushner and personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Biden said this “concerns me in terms of what kind of precedent it is setting and what the rest of the world is like [at] us as a nation of law and justice. “Biden promised that he” won’t say, “Go chase A, B or C”, I won’t tell them. That’s not the role, it’s not my Justice Department, it’s the People’s Justice Department. So the people or people I choose to lead this department will be people who have the independent ability to decide who will and who will not be prosecuted. “Harris, who once served as attorney general for California, added that the administration’s understanding is that” any decision by the Department of Justice … should be based on the law, not be influenced by politics. “More stories from theweek .com Kemp Reportedly Denied Trump’s Request for Help In Reversing Georgia Election Results 5 Hilarious Cartoons About The NFL’s COVID Problem 5 Absurdly Funny Cartoons About Trump’s Desperate Fraud Claims

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