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Trump pardons disgraced media mogul Conrad Black

SBS Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
Conrad Black, who wrote a book praising Donald Trump last year, has been pardoned in light of his "tremendous contributions to business", the White House said.
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President Trump has granted clemency to Conrad Black. The former media mogul was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice in 2007, but is also a writer and avid supporter of the man in the Oval Office. Lauren Antony reports

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