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Amy Klobuchar accuses Trump of burning the Home of Justice together with his pardons

Failed Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) went on CNN Wednesday to beat up President Donald Trump over his final round of pardons.

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The Democratic senator went so far as to claim that with these pardons Trump "literally burns the house of justice down when he walks out the door," which she claims will be passed on to people primarily with him and "his own." political interests ”are related. ”She called Trump's pardons" a travesty ".

"Well, 88% of them – a study was done – his pardons are somehow related to Donald Trump's interests or his own political interests," Klobuchar said of the pardons.

"So when you look at them, even though they all look different, as you point out, about killers, about money laundering, about a convention using campaign money to send their pet on a trip – real fact – if you see through what they are holding everyone together is corruption, ”continued Klobuchar. “It's corruption. So when you think of the power of pardon, it should be about forgiveness and mercy. "

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"He uses this to help his pals," she added. "By the way, he literally burns the House of Justice down as he walks out the door. All the work of law enforcement, the FBI, the prosecutors … professionals who worked so hard on these cases to deal with white collar criminals. He basically tells them no and humiliates their work. "

"He literally burns the House of Justice down when he walks out the door," said Senator Amy Klobuchar of President Trump's spate of controversial pardons.

– New Day (@NewDay) December 23, 2020

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Klobuchar made similar claims against Trump during an MSNBC appearance Tuesday night accusing the president of "trying to burn this country down on his way out" by failing to pass the coronavirus stimulant bill passed by Congress on Monday supported.

"This was a highly competitive negotiation," said Klobuchar. "The Democrats pushed for more funding for the individual payments, but in the end this was a negotiation and he knows very well that we are going to end here with unemployment … our small businesses can't take it anymore."

"But he shouldn't do this now when his own Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, was involved in the negotiations from start to finish," she added. "He's literally trying to burn this country down on his way out."

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Amy Klobuchar just went on MSNBC to raise the incentive to $ 2,000 per person, "an attack on every American", and suggests that Congress override Trump's veto.

– Jordan (@JordanUhl) December 23, 2020

This piece was written by James Samson on December 24th, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.

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