The H1B program was created as part of the WTO and US signing on. When India agreed to let US sell Coca Cola in India , US agreed to let India sell Software Services in the US . Now selling services needs people to be onsite hence the H1B. If you want to get rid of H1Bs leave the WTO and watch Caterpillar and Boeing factories close.
What does Coca Cola have to do with Caterpillar and Boeing?
The other thing is, well, he's not in the US anymore. Nixon was pardoned but he was still in the US. All pardoning would do is allow a free return to the US, but other than that, he's really free to roam the globe at anywhere other than US.
Finally, what's the benefit to him? He's just winding down the couple of months he has left, and it's generally considered rude to screw the next guy to take over no matter how much you hate him. So let the guy who will have a few years decide the fate, rather than try to make a quick forced decision.
What difference does it make where Snowden is or how many days he has left in office? Presidents always issue pardons during their last days in office. Marc Rich had fled to Switzerland and Clinton still pardoned him on his last day in office.
Half of Trump's transition team has been fired. Chris Christie was fired because he was Governor when Trump's son-in-law's Jared's, father was prosecuted on fraud charges and didn't pardon the fraudster.
No, Christie was the US District Attorney who prosecuted Charles Kushner in 2004. He didn't become governor until 2010.
The MSM has reported both candidates' foibles fairly well. What made the latest FBI email story float better than the one before it was that, for once (and way too late) Trump finally learned how not to try to dominate an entire news cycle even when his opponent was floundering.
I don't think he learned so much as his campaign finally took away his twitter account. If they had only thought to do that before the Alicia Machado rant.
There aren't any laws against adultery, however there are laws against privacy violations.
Actually it is illegal in 21 states.
Someday somebody has got to decide whether the typewriter is the machine, or the person who operates it.