Clinton's Presidential Pardons

Guests: TBA Former President Clinton's pardon of billionaire fugitive Marc Rich has created a firestorm of controversy. The pardon was one of hundreds Clinton issued on his last day in office. The Constitution grants presidents the power of executive clemency. And most have taken advantage of it. Join Juan Williams and guests for a discussion of Clinton's controversial pardons as well as the history and process of executive clemency.



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