But he insisted that "numerous legal scholars" have concluded that he has the absolute right to do so, a claim that vastly overstates the legal thinking on the issue. Trump wrote. "In the meantime, the never ending Witch Hunt, led by 13 very Angry and Conflicted Democrats (& others) continues into the mid-terms!"
Trump's suggestion that he could legally pardon himself followed a New York Times report on Saturday that his personal lawyers argued in a memo to Mueller that the president could not have obstructed justice because he has vast authority over all federal investigations.
And if you're at school and keen to get out of a lesson, you'll definitely want to get the lawyers on to it.
He added that it would be "political malpractice" for a president to pardon himself.
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However, he could remain in England next season, after Seluk claimed he would be ready to play for just £1-a-week at any of the Premier League's top six clubs.
While Mueller has indicted 19 people and three companies in his year-old investigation, including several former top campaign aides to Trump, the investigation has so far made no allegations against the president himself.
"We said, 'Well, we're not going to have a summit under those circumstances, '" Mr Giuliani said.
Speaking to CNN's Chris Cuomo, Giuliani said that Sekulow and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (who also publicly denied the president dictated the statement) had simply gotten facts wrong about Trump's involvement.
"Your office clearly lacks the requisite need to personally interview the president", it said.
Giuliani said Trump had no choice but to call off the meeting after the North Koreans insulted Vice President Mike Pence, National Security Adviser John Bolton and threatened "nuclear annihilation" of the US.
Clinton's counsel, Charles Ruff, was even explicitly asked to give an assurance that "Clinton will not pardon himself or that he will not accept a pardon from any presidential successor".