The White House said that Trump had pardoned Patrick Nolan, a former Republican lawmaker who was associated with his son-in-law and Tramp's advisor, Jared Kushner, in his last year's interviews with Lord Conrad Black with Crossharbour Former publisher of a newspaper born in Canada who wrote a book titled "Donald J. Trump: The President is Like No One."
Both men were in jail for several years.
"The family and friends have long sought charity to Mr Nolan, along with well-known lawyers like the former Attorney General of Virginia, Ken Kuccinely and Arnold Steinberg," the White House said. "In the light of these facts, Mr. Nolan deserves for this grant of executive Clements. "The White House said that Chorny spent three and a half years in jail.
Black once headed a newspaper conglomerate that published articles including The Daily Telegraph in London, Chicago Sun-Times and The Jerusalem Post.
In his pardon pardon for The White House presented an "impressive list" of people who defended his character, including former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, singer Ellton John, conservative commentator Rush Limbo and late William F. Buckley Jr., founder of The National Review. Shortly after the pardon was announced, the Canadian national post published an article from Chorny, in which he continued to speak with conviction, and stated that he was "finally not even officially guilty of a confident US."
Earlier this month, Trump had pardoned Michael Behen, a former soldier, sentenced to 25 years in prison for an unlawful murder in a combat zone by a military court.