The President has plenary power to pardon anyone convicted for any federal crime.
Just for an absolutely complete response I should add that doesn't include impeachment convinctions, so a pardon would do nothing to reinstate, for
example, a member of the Supreme Court who was impeached by the House and convicted by the Senate.
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