No government officials linked to ‘bribery-for-pardon scheme’: McEnany

- nypost.com

WASHINGTON — No government officials are being investigated in the Department of Justice’s probe into an alleged bribery scheme involving a presidential pardon, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany confirmed Wednesday. When asked during her briefing with reporters if anyone at the White House had been questioned over the plot, McEnany responded, “No.” “In fact...

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