Valerie Plame denounces potential Libby pardon
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The CIA agent whose identity was leaked by Lewis "Scooter" Libby — the former chief of staff to then-Vice President Dick Cheney — condemned President TrumpDonald John TrumpCNN's Anderson Cooper: Trump's Bubba Wallace tweet was 'racist, just plain and simple' Beats by Dre announces deal with Bubba Wallace, defends him after Trump remarks Overnight Defense: DOD reportedly eyeing Confederate flag ban | House military spending bill blocks wall funding MORE for considering pardoning Libby. 

Libby was convicted in 2007 for lying to the FBI and obstructing justice in the investigation over the leaked identity of former CIA agent Valerie Plame. Multiple people said Libby had revealed Plame’s identity to them, after he publicly claimed he did not share the information. 

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Valerie Plame said on MSNBC Friday that if President Trump pardoned Libby, it would show "that you can commit crimes against national security and you will be pardoned," according to The Associated Press

ABC News first reported Thursday that Trump is expected to pardon Libby.

Former President George W. Bush commuted Libby’s subsequent 30-month prison sentence, but did not pardon him.