But he continued to cast doubt on the special counsel's eventual findings, suggesting that Trump has already offered explanations for the matters being investigated and that the special counsel was biased against the president.
Speaking to the Globes capital market conference Wednesday, Giuliani said Trump has the power to pardon himself but would not do so. "Pardoning other people is one thing".
Trump on Monday said that he has absolute right to pardon himself as he slammed the opposition Democratic party for witch-hunt against him alleging that the appointment of a special counsel is unconstitutional.
The White House counsel's office is also now reviewing potential clemency for a handful of individuals with cases similar to Johnson's who are neither celebrities nor political allies of the White House, the source said.
The White House is also now weighing whether to grant a presidential pardon to two ranchers from eastern Oregon, Dwight and Steven Hammond, whose 2016 imprisonment on arson charges inspired the 41 day-armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Brian Kalt, a Michigan State law professor who has studied the issue of self-pardoning for 20 years, said he believes that the president can not pardon himself - but that there is a serious argument on the other side.
"I think (if) the President decided he was going to pardon himself, I think that's nearly self-executing impeachment", Bharara, a CNN legal analyst, said on CNN's "State of the Union".
House Speaker Paul Ryan said Wednesday that President Trump should not pardon himself.
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It's the second consecutive day that the New York Democrat has said Trump's approach to the Russian Federation probe is raising questions about the president's behavior. In addition to D'Souza, who pleaded guilty to violating federal campaign finance laws in 2014, he has granted forgiveness to former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, Dick Cheney's former chief of staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former Navy sailor Kristian Saucier and the first black heavyweight boxing champion, Jack Johnson, thus far.
Schumer says, "If he did nothing wrong, President Trump should welcome a thorough investigation to exonerate him". "I have spoken to him once before on the telephone, but I have never met him".
"I don't know that Jay - Jay would have to answer that, and I, I've talked to him about it", Giuliani said.
Cruz then directly commented on Marshall's statement, writing that "pardon power carries a scope specifically limited to crimes already committed. His lawyers are very, very suspicious", he said.
He continued: "I think that what Rudy has done is a shame and a disgrace as a former USA attorney, and as a former justice official, he knows better, and it's an outright lie".
Trump has begun asking friends who else he should pardon, according to an adviser who frequently speaks to the president, and some have offered suggestions. A pardon is not a sign of vindication and does not connote or establish innocence.
Asked about a January memo from Trump's legal team to Mueller - which conceded, after multiple White House denials, that the president himself had dictated a misleading letter last July about a meeting involving his son Donald and a Russian lawyer - Giuliani said, "That is why you don't let the president testify".