Trump pardons convicted fraudster Conrad Black

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Conrad Black wrote a book last year praising the US President, titled 'Donald J Trump: A President Like No Other'

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Mr Black, 74, a Canadian-born British citizen, once ran an international newspaper empire that included the Chicago Sun-Times, Britain's Daily Telegraph and the Jerusalem Post.

It said Mr Black had made "tremendous contributions to business," had written books on history and served as a tutor while in prison. Mr Black said President Trump had called him to say that he would be granted a full pardon, that his conviction was "unjust" and that he "should never been charged".He said that he was now "rebuilding my fortune, life goes on, this is a great occasion".Mr Black, who has called Mr Trump a friend, published a book last year praising him, titled "Donald J Trump: A President Like No Other.

Two of his three fraud convictions were later voided, and his sentence was shortened. He was released from a Florida prison in May 2012 and deported from the United States.

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Ugh the scum’s certainly rising all the way to the top in the swamp

One of Thatcher's cronies i seem to recall

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