President Donald Trump is expected to issue about 100 pardons on his final day in office on Tuesday, CNN reported.
Trump’s last full day will show “a mixture of more controversial pardons to white-collar criminals, some high-profile rappers, some of the president’s political allies.”
The report didn’t say whether or not Trump and his family will be among the pardons. To issue a pardon, however, Trump would have to outline the crimes he and his family committed in specific detail.
A report earlier Sunday revealed that Trump’s allies have been selling pardons. Rudy Giuliani specifically demanded $2 million for a pardon from a former CIA officer. Giuliani is also working to get a pardon for himself.
It’s unclear how many of Trump’s pardons will stand, as each will likely be investigated for potential bribery.
Some of the insurrectionists from last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol are blaming Trump for inviting them and demanding that they also be pardoned.