White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday refused to rule out a possible pardon for Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen.
During a press briefing, Sanders was asked about an earlier statement in which she said she wasn't "going to talk about hypotheticals that don’t exist right now" in regards to the issue.
CNN's Jim Acosta note that she "didn't close the door one way or another."
"It's hard to close the door on something that hasn't taken place," Sanders replied. "I don't like to discuss or comment on hypothetical situations that may or may not ever happen."
Sanders certainly does not rule out that Trump will pardon Michael Cohen pic.twitter.com/h8P3AWgRR6— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 23, 2018
Sanders also remarked on Trump tweets in which he said he he doesn't think Cohen will "flip" on him. Cohen is under criminal investigation by the FBI.
"The president has been clear that he hasn’t done anything wrong. We’ve said that about a thousand times," Sanders said. "Beyond that, I don't have anything to add."
Reporter: What does Trump believe Cohen might have done to get in trouble with the gov't? What has Trump done that he's worried "Cohen could flip about?"— NBC Politics (@NBCPolitics) April 23, 2018
Sanders: "The president has been clear that he hasn't done anything wrong. I think we've stated that about 1,000 times." pic.twitter.com/65v0QDSJS8