Gerow: Pardon me? What's all the fuss over Trump's pardons? | PennLive

Since the birth of the nation, presidents have used their constitutionally granted power to issue pardons to Americans convicted of federal crimes.

George Washington began the long list of presidential pardons when he granted two to citizens convicted of treason in the Whiskey Rebellion, largely played out here in the commonwealth. It's grown exponentially from there, including the most recent, Donald Trump's pardon of Dinesh D'Souza earlier this week.

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May 30, 2018, Political Insiders | President Trump vs. the FBI

This week, Robb Hanrahan asks Political Insiders Charlie Gerow and Mark Singel about President Trump taking to Twitter to vent about the Russian investigation. Robb asks Charlie and Mark what President Trump is trying to say. Remember to tune-in to the Political Insiders every Tuesday evening at 5:30 p.m. on WHP CBS-21.

May 27, 2018, Face the State, Insurance Commissioner Altman

Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman is this week's "Face the State" guest. Jessica Altman was appointed Acting Insurance Commissioner on August 19, 2017 and unanimously confirmed on March 20, 2018. Prior to this, Ms. Altman served as Chief of Staff for the Pennsylvania Insurance Department alongside former Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller beginning in June 2015.