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In 2020, the White house candidate Cory Booker, he denied himself a socialist, and vowed he would not pardon from President Trump, if he were elected to the White house, in an interview on Monday evening.
“I’m for capitalism, and I’m tired of companies” entry into socialism, where you store your cost… I am a capitalist. Monopolies are not capitalism… I am not a socialist. I’m a Democrat. I believe in the Democratic principles. I think we need more democracy, not less,” said the New Jersey Democrat, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews said.
The cable-news-host-brought by then-President Gerald Ford pardon of Richard Nixon in 1974 — and posed a hypothetical to Booker.
“Would you forgive Trump, if you took the presidency?” Matthews asked.
“No,” Booker firmly answered.
“Why?” Matthews followed. “You said you want the unity of the country. That would be not alone the country?”
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Booker clarification asked, what crime Trump have committed the Matthews responded with “obstruction of justice,” something that the MSNBC host “certainly in the game.”
“This is the reason why our judiciary is so much legitimacy,” Booker has lost. “We have a criminal justice system that treats you better if you are rich and guilty than if you’re poor and innocent. There are a whole bunch of people that, when I’m President, I’m looking for a pardon, or who are punished unjustly in this country.”
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The former Newark mayor cited statistics that showed that more arrests in the year 2017, were in connection with marijuana than for all violent crimes. He said the “privileged” on the Yale University campus, and the President and senators who “boasted” about Smoking marijuana benefited from a double standard, in contrast to young people, the criminal law work records for the same.
“Now we’re talking about a billionaire’s always a different excuse,” Booker said.