Trump Considered Pardoning The Late Boxer, Muhammad Ali, Who Didn't Need It

I think the President is so out of touch these days. Come on. You know it. After feeling like he was the ish by pardoning Alice Johnson, a woman who served more than 20 years on a first-time drug charge. Kim Kardashian is the one who bought the idea to the President. But clearly he was feeling himself, especially when he said he was considering a pardon for the late boxer, Muhammad Ali. What the hell? Yeah, he considered Ali, who has no criminal record and doesn’t need to be pardoned. Ali had his conviction for evading the Vietnam War draft overturned by the Supreme Court in 1971. Ali was free and clear of anything. In fact, according to NBC News, Ron Tweel, who has represented Ali and his family since 1986, said, "We appreciate President Trump’s sentiment, but a pardon is unnecessary. The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the conviction of Muhammad Ali in a unanimous decision in 1971." Clearly someone forgot to mention that to the President while he was on his pardoning high horse. 



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