The corruption, seemingly legal according to Newt, will be on a scale that’s indescribable.
December 19, 2016 By Taegan Goddard
“In the case of the president, he has a broad ability to organize the White House the way he wants to. He also has, frankly, the power of the pardon. It’s a totally open power. He could simply say, ‘Look, I want them to be my advisers. I pardon them if anyone finds them to have behaved against the rules. Period. Technically, under the Constitution, he has that level of authority.”
— Newt Gingrich, quoted by Politico.