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White House Says Conrad Black Made 'Tremendous Contributions To Business'

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White House Says Conrad Black Made 'Tremendous Contributions To Business'

White House Says Conrad Black Made 'Tremendous Contributions To Business'

President Donald Trump pardoned former media mogul Conrad Black.

In 2007, Conrad was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice and has spent 3.5 years in prison.

The White House said many “high-profile people individuals” have “vouched for his exceptional character.” According to Reuters, they also said Black has made “tremendous contributions to business.” In the past Black has called Trump a friend and even wrote a book praising him in 2018.

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