While speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Nashville, President Donald Trump vowed to look “very seriously” at pardons for some January 6th defendants.
Trump said “they’ve been treated unfairly” and have had “their lives totally destroyed.”
Former President Donald Trump on Friday said he would consider pardoning some defendants facing federal charges for their participation in the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot should he return to office in 2024.
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Speaking to a Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Nashville, Trump said “and if