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Biden promised not to forgive Trump for election victory

Biden promised not to forgive Trump for election victory

Former US Vice President Joseph Biden said that if he wins the presidential election, he is not going to forgive the current head of the American state Donald Trump for possible crimes.

One of the voters asked Biden if he was ready to promise that he was not going to pardon Trump “under the pretext of healing the nation” in the spirit of Gerald Ford.

Biden answered in the affirmative and emphasized that the US Attorney General is a representative of the interests of the people, and not “the president’s lawyer”.

The 37th president of the United States, Richard Nixon, appointed Ford vice president in 1973, and less than a year later, Ford led the United States himself, as Nixon resigned after Watergate. At the same time, Ford pardoned Nixon for all the crimes that he could have committed during the presidency.

The newspaper VZGLYAD told that his family received billions of dollars during the vice presidency of Joe Biden. So, his son Hunter Biden made millions by becoming a member of the board of directors of the Ukrainian gas production company Burisma Holding.

In September, Democrats in the U.S. Congress launched the Trump impeachment procedure because he allegedly blackmailed Ukraine to investigate Hunter Biden.

On 5 February, the Senate, in which Republicans have a majority, acquitted the president.

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