Meet the convicted criminals that Trump granted clemency

 

President Trump issued a series of pardons and commutations that included former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr., former New York City police chief Bernie Kerik and junk bond king Michael Milken. #CNN #News

58 Comments on "Meet the convicted criminals that Trump granted clemency"

  1. I was always wondering what it would be like when a mob boss would be president. Now we know I guess.

  2. LEARNING HIS LESSON LIKE THE GOP SENATE SAID HAHAHAHAHA

  3. Napoleon I Bonaparte | February 18, 2020 at 6:59 PM | Reply

    He’s draining the swamp, and letting the swamp flow—flow into a clean river.

  4. He is just clearing space for the next round

  5. Isn’t someone who gets pardoned always a “convicted criminal?” I mean…they are in jail…

  6. And yet this tool still believe the “Central Park 5” is still guilty BTW how much cash thru Guliani is going into Trump’s pocket… he does nothing for free!

    • Mimsy Borogove | February 18, 2020 at 9:56 PM | Reply

      @Huh? ******
      YOU’RE WRONG. If they’d had you in custody long enough the police would have you confessing to the crime. Happens all the time. DNA is irrefutable, plus the attacker’s confession.

    • Icare – Exactly. Trump is the kind of person who would not give two shits if 5 innocent people were rotting in jail as long as he didn’t have to admit he was wrong.

    • @Huh? you and the pudgy loud mouth orange can believe what you want. Youre jealous because the 5 falsely accused were rewared $41 million which aint bad, Huh !

    • It’s scary as hell that the leader of the free world doesn’t care who suffers or dies for his fragile ego. Of course he’ll cheat in an election. Of course he’ll have innocent people jailed for things he, himself has done. It makes you wonder, if he could benefit or start out of trouble by having someone killed, would he do it? I used to wonder, anyway. Now, there is no doubt in my mind. He absolutely would.

  7. Mike Tibbetts JR | February 18, 2020 at 7:36 PM | Reply

    Criminals are for criminals 👏

  8. How’s that “learned from his lessons” thing going Senator Collins, Senator Alexander, etc? Your big “corruption fighter” is doing so well at it.

    • @Thyalwaysseek Even Washington did it buddy. It’s the way of things. Acting like Trump is some crazy bad guy because of it is insane.

    • @Huh? …Trump is not crazy or insane, he is manipulative and strategic and knows exactly what he is doing. Just because Washington has been corrupt for decades doesn’t excuse the corrupt behavior of your latest president.

    • @Carl Williams you’re just mad because your hero’s Jussie Smollet, Mike Avenatti, and Ed Buck won’t get pardoned.

  9. if someone this bad cannot be removed from office, do you think we should start changing some laws🤪🤪💩💩

  10. Mister Sarajevo | February 18, 2020 at 7:44 PM | Reply

    Drain the swamp…

  11. Dump the chump 2020

  12. Darren Jay Blagden | February 18, 2020 at 7:49 PM | Reply

    When one hasn’t any long-term friends one purchases them.

    • I haven’t heard of one not one true friend of his,all bought and paid for not one person that isn’t in it for the money almost sad.

    • Darren Jay Blagden | February 18, 2020 at 9:45 PM | Reply

      jerry spears Mr. Trump has been doing this since day one. Sentimentality isn’t is strong suit.

  13. Above All, United | February 18, 2020 at 7:55 PM | Reply

    Trump’s only concern when he sees corruption is “how can i get in on it?”

    • TommyMacDaddy1 | February 18, 2020 at 9:55 PM | Reply

      @TheSlowbosambo good luck with that. trump3 has hired over 250 people to government positions that were either corporate lobbyists or executives. They are now on the legislation side. He’s made the swamp his own and dredged it for depth.

    • Trump could have just said, “I thought eight years was enough, so I pardoned him”. But instead, he had to say that there was a miscarriage of justice, because you know, the people working for the justice department during the Obama years MUST have been crooked and inept.

      Can somebody inform Trump that accepting a pardon is an admission of guilt?

    • N H – “Civilian bombings”? 1)- That is not corruption. 2)- Those aren’t “civilian bombings”. It’s called collateral damage, and it was a policy started by the Bush Administration. 3)- Under Trump, these bombings have INCREASED.

    • Sure you do comrade.

  14. WatchfulKitten | February 18, 2020 at 9:08 PM | Reply

    “I’m the chief law enforcement officer of the country.” This guy is completely insane.

  15. Simon Suppertime | February 18, 2020 at 9:15 PM | Reply

    “I’m actually, I guess, the chief law enforcement officer of the country”

  16. Baard Ove Kopperud | February 18, 2020 at 9:17 PM | Reply

    “I’m actually – I guess – the chief law-enforcement officer of the country”… Now *that’s* a scary thought! And talking about letting the fox guard the hen-house!

  17. “I’m the, I guess, chief law enforcement officer of the country,”—Donald Jessica Trump 🤪

  18. Chief law enforcement whom won’t have evidence,witnesses or testifying….🍊💨

  19. It all started when he helped Kim Kardashian with that woman

  20. Michael Byrnee | February 18, 2020 at 9:57 PM | Reply

    How can a so-called “man” battle corruption when he IS corruption?

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