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It all points to a momentous and fiendishly difficult legal challenge, fraught with political danger for the incoming Biden administration. Should Trump be investigated and possibly prosecuted for crimes committed before and during his presidency? presidents have tended to take the view that it is better to look forwards in the name of national healing than backwards at the failings of their Sex chat nantes free. And for good reasons — any prosecution would probably be long and difficult, act as a huge distraction, and expose the incoming president to accusations that they were acting like a tinpot dictator hounding their political enemy.

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Those who argue in favor of legal action accept that there are powerful objections to going after Trump but urge people to think about the alternative — the dangers of inaction. Weissmann told the Guardian that there would be a price to be paid if that attitude went unchallenged once Trump leaves office.

But he has also made clear that he would leave the decision to his appointed attorney general, following the norm of justice department independence that Trump has repeatedly shattered. Other prominent Democrats have taken a more bullish position, adding pressure on the incoming attorney general to be aggressive.

During the Democratic primary debates, Elizabeth Warren called for an independent taskforce to be set up to investigate any Trump corruption or other criminal acts in office. Kamala Harris also took a stance that may come to haunt the new administration.

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One would be through a revelation as yet unknown, following the emergence of new information. Weissmann points out that the Biden administration will have access to a wealth of documents that were ly withheld from Congress during the impeachment inquiry, including intelligence agency and state department files.

Official communications sent by Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump through their personal s and messaging apps — an ironic move given the flak Hillary Clinton endured from the Trump family in for using her personal server — may also become available for scrutiny. He is not immune from bribery charges if he were found to have offered somebody a pardon in exchange for their silence in a judicial case.

For Weissmann, the way Trump continually teased his associates — including Roger Stone and Paul Manafort — with the promise of pardons in the middle of federal prosecutions was especially egregious. Though Mueller declined to say whether they met the standard for charges — the US attorney general, Bill Barr, giirls they did not, but gave no explanation for his thinking — he did leave them giirls plain sight for any future federal prosecutor to revisit.

In one of the starkest of those incidents, Trump tried to scupper the special counsel inquiry itself by ordering his White House counsel, Don McGahn, to fire Mueller. When that became public he compounded the abuse by ordering McGahn to deny the truth in an attempt at cover-up.

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Weissmann, who played a key role in gathering the evidence against Trump in the Mueller report, said that such obstruction goes to the heart of why Trump should face prosecution. Eyewitnesses and officials said that at least people were killed in a horrific ethnically fuelled pre-dawn massacre in the Firls zone in the Benishangul-Gumuz early on Wednesday.

The attackers reportedly set fields and homes ablaze, burning people alive as they slept. Since early November the federal government and allied regional forces like Eritrea has been conducting a deadly military campaign in the northern Ethiopian province of Tigray to oust the powerful regional government there.

The Tigray conflict has killed thousands and humanitarians estimate more than 1m people have been internally displaced in the northern region itself. The latest massacre in Benishangul-Gumuz is wholly separate from the conflict. But the conflict has been sucking up the government troops and resources, raising fears of a security vacuum elsewhere in regions prone to tonawznda ethnic violence.

According to the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission, a government-affiliated body which first reported the massacre, no security forces were stationed in the area when the attack occurred. Separately from Tigray, prime minister Abiy Ahmed faces myriad challenges, including attempts to promote national unity in a country with more than 80 ethnic groups.

Ethnic violence has been a ificant problem since Mr Abiy was swept to power in on the back of widespread protests against the old ruling clique.