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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

Hillary Clinton Doubts Trump's Claim About Pardoning Himself

Former Democratic presidential nominee and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed skepticism regarding former President Donald Trump's comments that he would not pardon himself if he wins a second term in the White House and is convicted in the criminal cases he faces, as reported by Ken Tran for USA TODAY.


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suggested that when Trump accuses others of wrongdoing, he may be engaging in similar behavior himself. I Photo:



In an interview that aired on MSNBC's "Inside with Jen Psaki," Clinton stated, "I don't believe him on anything. Why would I start believing him on that?"


Trump had previously mentioned in an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press" that it was "very unlikely" he would pardon himself if he returned to the White House because he did not believe he would be convicted in the criminal cases against him.



Trump currently faces multiple criminal charges, including allegations of falsifying business records, mishandling classified documents, and conspiring to overturn the 2020 election.


In response to Trump's comments, Clinton remarked that he "engages in what psychologists call projection," suggesting that when Trump accuses others of wrongdoing, he may be engaging in similar behavior himself.


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She also criticized House Speaker Kevin McCarthy for opening an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden over allegations related to his son, Hunter Biden's, business dealings, accusing McCarthy of catering to his right-wing constituents without regard for the truth or facts.




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