Turkey Pardons Are Long Presidential Tradition
In one of the more unusual American traditions, every year around Thanksgiving a turkey is spared from becoming a family dinner by being pardoned by the sitting U.S. President. This annual presidential tradition has a long history, as Iacopo Luzi reports. November 23, 2020 04:09 AM Voices of America
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