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The President says he can pardon himself. But can he?

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The New York Times published a letter from Donald Trump's lawyers to the Special Counsel claiming, among other things, that the President cannot be indicted, but can pardon himself. Ben Wittes, the Editor in Chief of Lawfare and Rebecca Roiphe, a Former Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan and a Professor at New York Law School, react.