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President Trump Grants Pardon to Conrad Black

NYTimes.com Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
The pardon was the latest example of the president using a unilateral power of his office to absolve a prominent figure whose case personally resonates with him.
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The White House said President Trump offered clemency to Black, who was convicted on fraud charges in 2007.

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