White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday she's heard "no mention" of pardons for anyone other than former national-security adviser Michael Flynn. McEnany was asked about possible pardons by President Donald Trump for his adult children or Rudy Giuliani. On Monday, the New York Times reported Trump has discussed with advisers whether to grant pre-emptive pardons to his children, to his son-in-law and to his personal lawyer, Giuliani. The Times said Trump is concerned that a Biden Justice Department might seek retribution against the president by targeting the oldest three of his five children as well as son-in-law Jared Kushner, a White House senior adviser. Giuliani attacked the Times' article on Twitter and said it was false.