Giuliani is curled up on Trump’s lap begging for a pre-emptive pardon.

Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudolph Giulani, discussed with the president as recently as last week the possibility of being granted a “pre-emptive pardon,” according to the New York Times, which cited two anonymous sources.

Pardon for what? Not known, but best guess is that whole Ukraine thing. The Times wrote:

Such a broad pardon pre-empting any charge or conviction is highly unusual but does have precedent. George Washington pardoned plotters of the Whiskey Rebellion, shielding them from treason prosecutions. In the most famous example, Gerald R Ford pardoned Richard M Nixon for all of his actions as president. Jimmy Carter pardoned thousands of American men who illegally avoided the draft for the Vietnam War.

So Rudy wants to be coupled with Nixon. Ok.

And yesterday, conservative commentator Sean Hannity said on his radio show that Trump “needs to pardon his whole family and himself.”

So Hannity admitted they’re all criminals. Seems fair.

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