The White House via Flickr

In one of his final acts as President, Donald Trump granted pardons to 73 people and commuted the sentences of 70 others, just hours before President-elect Joe Biden is sworn into office.  

Here are the most notable recipients:

 

Steve Bannon

 

The former White House advisor was charged with fraud on Aug. 22, 2020, for raising funds for an initiative to privately build sections of the Mexican border wall, then spending nearly $1 million of the $25 million raised on personal expenses. President Trump granted Bannon a full pardon.  

 

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Dan Winright
Dan Winright
3 months ago

Why didn’t TRUMP pardon AMERICA and save us from docklands?
Which by the way, AMERICA should be renamed.DONKEYLAND!

Shira Levin. I have prayed for your healing Dan.
Shira Levin. I have prayed for your healing Dan.
3 months ago
Reply to  Dan Winright

I now call the United States as the United States of China.

CrustyOldGeezer
CrustyOldGeezer
3 months ago

Too Bad he missed Assange.

THAT is a kill at first sight to the democrats.

Ice
Ice
3 months ago

He didnt pardon him because McConnel threatened Trump by saying if he did the Senate would probably vote to impeach him

BillieFaye
BillieFaye
3 months ago
Reply to  Ice

Exactly correct!

Tori Kamppi
Tori Kamppi
3 months ago
Reply to  Ice

HORRIBLE. DIRTY POLITICS. ASSANGE SHOULD HAVE BEEN PARDONED!!!!!

Kevin
Kevin
3 months ago
Reply to  Ice

Considering their recent betrayals, RINOs in the Senate will likely do it anyway.

MayRita
MayRita
3 months ago

Oh no. I begged over and over for his release.
The is a picture of McConnell hand in the Presidents face threatening him not to pardon Assange.