Fox News’ Harris Faulkner: Roger Stone Controversy ‘Completely Avoidable’ If Trump Just Pardons Him

Fox News’ Harris Faulkner: Roger Stone Controversy ‘Completely Avoidable’ If Trump Just Pardons Him

Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner said on Thursday that the controversy surrounding the Justice Department overruling prosecutors in the Roger Stone case would have been “completely avoidable” if President Donald Trump would just pardon his “friend” stone, adding that presidents do it “all the time.”

Faulkner, one of the network’s “straight news” anchors, went on to say that the only charge that appeared to be serious was the witness tampering one but if investigators “take a re-look at the case, they will decide whether or not that actually happened.”

“We have to wait to see,” she continued. “So maybe it’s worth another look. But again, all of this completely avoidable if the president just says, ‘You know what, I want to pardon my friend.’ And There’s nothing wrong with that! Presidents pardon people all the time!”

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