- PoliticsThe Guardian
Giuliani associate told ex-CIA officer a Trump pardon would 'cost $2m’ – reportJohn Kiriakou, who was jailed in 2012 for identity leak, said his pursuit of a pardon came up in a meeting with Giuliani last year * US politics – live coverage
- PoliticsAssociated Press
Truth caught up with Donald Trump after years of giving chase. The arc of his life reveals insistent fabrication and exaggeration, as well as one vast understatement, attributed to him in his memoir and singular in its audacity: “A little hyperbole never hurts.”
- PoliticsThe Telegraph
A lucrative market has emerged for presidential pardons and clemency, with associates of Donald Trump being paid to lobby on individuals’ behalf, the New York Times reported. Thousands of dollars have changed hands according to documents filed by lobbyists to Congress. While there is no suggestion of illegality, the latest allegations will be embarrassing for Mr Trump who, when running for office, promised to “drain the swamp” of lobbyists and paid influence peddlers in Washington. Details of the alleged cash for clemency emerged amid speculation that Mr Trump is seeking a pardon for himself and members of his family after he leaves office. Some of those facing charges for the attack on the Capitol have also said they will seek a presidential pardon – a move which was opposed by Lindsey Graham, a close ally of Mr Trump’s.
- CelebrityMarie Claire
Prince William Will "Have a Problem With Harry Trying to Take Ownership of Diana's Legacy," Biographer Says
"Harry trying to take ownership of the Diana Legacy will be a problem..."
- CelebrityGood Housekeeping
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took part in a video call this week from Anmer Hall, their Norfolk residence.