Jun 26, 2015

Obama to Pardon Himself During Final Hours of Presidency, Reveal Kenyan Citizenship | Real News, Right Now

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A recently released White House aide, speaking on condition of anonymity Monday, provided internal White House memos to the Associated Press detailing the Obama Administration's proposed plan to reveal previously unknown details regarding the president's citizenship. The memos specifically focus on conversations between President Obama and the Office of White House Counsel.…

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