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Trump says he will pardon someone 'very, very important' Tuesday

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Speaking to reporters on Air Force One while on his way back to Washington from a tour of battleground states in the Midwest, Trump dropped the news about the upcoming pardon – saying only that it would not be former NSA staffer Edward Snowden or Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn.Trump over the weekend hinted that he was considering pardoning Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who has been living in Russia since he leaked information on vast domestic and international surveillance operations carried out by the NSA.EDWARD SNOWDEN SAYS BARACK OBAMA MADE SURVEILLANCE STATE 'WORSE' The Washington, D.C., Circuit Court of Appeals recently told parties to be ready to answer questions about the effect of federal statutes on judicial impartiality in a brief order in connection to the legal dispute over the Justice Department's move to drop charges against Flynn.The order, which indicated that one court may be planning to question the impartiality of a judge on another court, is the latest twist in the years-long legal saga.After Flynn had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI -- then later sought to withdraw that plea -- the DOJ in an unusual move sought to drop the charges, citing alleged misconduct by investigators and a lack of evidence.

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