- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 10, 2016

Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said if President Obama pardons Hillary Clinton on his way out of office, it would seal his legacy as “one of the worst presidents.”

“The FBI is still investigating the Clinton Foundation, so whoever the attorney general is, [is] going to have to evaluate that,” Mr. Giuliani said on Wednesday’s “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News.

Host Bill O’Reilly suggested Mr. Obama could pardon Mrs. Clinton before he leaves office.

“Then that will seal Obama’s legacy as one of the worst presidents,” said Mr. Giuliani, who has been one of President-elect Donald Trump’s most loyal backers.

“There’s one tradition in America, right, election’s over, we forget about it,” Mr. Giuliani said. “There’s another tradition in America which is equal justice under the law, and it would depend on how bad the violations are.”

Mr. Trump had said during the campaign that Mrs. Clinton shouldn’t have been able to allowed to run for president because of her secret email set-up. He suggested during the second presidential debate that she’d have been in jail if he were in charge of the law in the United States.

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