There is more to talk about than there is room to discuss, so just pick what you want. I want to talk about all of this Pardoning stuff. An opportunity for all Constitutional lawyers, wannabe lawyers, and the curious to speculate. My take is to let Trump go about whatever he wants to do, and see what develops. If Trump is successful in his alleged roster (20 or more) of possible candidates, the subject matter will not stop there. What could happen is that media, pundits, and historians will forever be writing opinions, making movies, and TV shows about The Trump Crime Family and Friends. The Court of Public Opinion will determine guilt or innocence, and if any one of them is offended, they will always have the legal right to sue - HOWEVER, the last place they want to be is in court litigating the charges on which they were pardoned, which is exactly what they don't want to do. Besides, only Federal crimes are recognized by presidential pardons. There are enough civil crimes involved that will keep them busy each and every day for a lifetime. There is NOTHING that #45 (aka Individual One) can do about it. The drip-drip-drip of sexual assaults against Trump will keep Trump tethered to the courthouse for a long time, especially if each and every charge is separated from the others. Gloria Allred will have an endless, but provocative effect on Trump's life (worse than prison time for him). So, my feeling is that let them all get pardoned, even if Trump tries to bless himself (which probably will not happen). Already, Ivanka Trump, has been deposed, and there exists an emoluments violation in her testimony about the definition of "market rate" on why one group paid only $5,000 to rent a room at the Trump Hotel in DC, and the First Griters bagged $175,000 from the Inauguration Committee for the same service. There are enough sordid violations for civil court that will keep the Crime Family occupied for a long time - pardon or no pardon. They will all be identified by a new term "Nixoned".
I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.