Giuliani says Trump won't issue pardons during Mueller's investigation, but could pardon people who were treated unfairly after it's over
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Rudy Giuliani, top attorney for President Donald Trump, said on Sunday that Trump won't issue any pardons in the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, but could after the probe is over.

Giuliani said Trump would look into those who were treated "unfairly" in the investigation.

Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sent to jail last week to await trial on more than 20 charges as part of the special counsel's probe.

Rudy Giuliani, personal attorney for President Donald...


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