More than $2 million. President Trump


Our partners. Have taken down an international fraud scheme. That was responsible for unlawfully bringing pregnant women. From Turkey. Here to Long Island to give birth to provide birthright citizenship for those babies. And now while they were here, they engaged in except fraud, which improperly diverted Medicaid funds to care for the women and the Children will charm says the suspects use social media posts, saying, if you want your baby born in the US give us money and it'll be done. And all, he says 119 Turkish babies were born in the United States and Medicaid was defrauded out of more than $2 million. President Trump is dismissing reports that the Justice Department was investigating claims of a bribery scheme involving a possible presidential pardon. He tweeted fake news. Correspondent Aaron Cancer Ski has more. The 18 page document dated August. 28th is heavily redacted, but described what a federal judge called a bribery for Pardon scheme in which an unidentified individual would offer a substantial political contribution in exchange for a presidential pardon. The document said investigators had seized communications from unnamed individuals involved and planned to confront them with the evidence. The Justice Department said no government official is or was a target of the investigation. Separately, Rudy Giuliani has denied a times report from unnamed sources that he's asked the president for a preemptive pardon. He tweeted fake news The Times lies again. Times reports that the president concerned the Biden Justice Department might seek retribution, has discussed granting pardons to his Children and adviser and son in law, Jared Kushner. Wins news time 109 And

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