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President Donald Trump Leads Turkey Pardoning At White House

23 November 2017, 12:19 | Tara Lloyd

REUTERSMelania Trump news The First Lady beamed as she joined Donald Trump at the White House

REUTERSMelania Trump news The First Lady beamed as she joined Donald Trump at the White House

Per a weird White House tradition, which was made an official event in 1989 under George H.W. Bush, the president, joined by the first lady, will grant these two turkeys clemency in the Rose Garden, before taking off for Florida to celebrate the holiday. Last year's turkeys, Tater and Tot, also live there. "He refused. He was a tough cookie", Trump said. "So, Tater and Tot, you can rest easy".

This year's birds were raised in western Minnesota under National Turkey Federation Chairman Carl Wittenburg, according to the White House.

"As many of you know, I have been very active in overturning a number of executive actions by my predecessor", Mr Trump quipped.

Presidents like George H.W. Bush and Barack Obama have all participated in the annual tradition.

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In the Rose Garden, Trump will pardon the two birds handpicked by the National Turkey Federation to get official amnesty from Thanksgiving dinner plates by the president.

Since taking office, the president has commented several times about his constitutional authority to grant reprieves and pardons.

President Donald Trump will be giving two pardons on Tuesday - and this time it won't involve a controversial figure like former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

"Today in the spirit of thanksgiving".

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Sanders was referring to a poll the White House posted on Twitter, asking people to vote on which turkey Trump would pardon in the ceremony.

"They have a big appearance coming up", Sanders said.

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