Donald Trump hinted again yesterday that he will issue a presidential pardon before January.
6 If he goes back to the White House and repeats what he has said many times before, he will be in trouble.
But yesterday the Republican went so far as to express his support for those who attack America.
Trump said he supported "full amnesty" for most of the rebels, who would be rewarded with some formal "apology" from the administration.
But as The Washington Post reports, the former president continues to break new ground.
In other words, the former president is the virtual leader of one of the country's two political parties and the Republican vanguard in 2024.
Last night in Philadelphia, President Joe Biden warned Americans about the social dangers of Trump's twisted and dangerous ideology.
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