Edward Snowden may be able to return to the United States if Donald Trump chooses to grant the whistleblower a presidential pardon.
According to an Aug. 15 report from Reuters, Trump said he was “going to start looking at” a possible pardon for the whistleblower, who has been living in asylum in Russia since he left the U.S. in 2013. The comments came shortly after Trump told The Post “a lot of people” think that Snowden “is not being treated fairly.”
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