On his last day in the presidency, US President Donald Trump has issued amnesty decisions for 73 people, including former White House chief advisor Steve Bannon.
Donald Trump’s decisions, bringing amnesty to 73 people and a reduction of sentence for 70 people, were published after midnight his presidency expired.
Among those forgiven were Trump’s former chief adviser, as well as some figures from the music and sports world, former Congressmen and Trump’s family relatives.
In the statement released on the verdict for Bannon, the former chief advisor Bannon, accused of “fraud” over funds provided to the “We Build The Wall” campaign launched to build a wall on the Mexican border, said that Bannon was an important leader in the “conservative political movement.” and it was stated that it is known for its predictions.
Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was accused of bribery and fraud during his tenure, engineer and technology entrepreneur Anthony Lewandowski, accused of stealing Google’s driverless car secrets, Israeli citizen Aviem Sella, who was accused of espionage, was convicted of possession of unlicensed guns and bullets.
Rap music artist Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. and some members of the Republican Party Congress. Last month, Trump pardoned Paul Manafort, who led the former election campaign, whose activities were discussed in the FBI investigation into Russia’s intervention in the 2016 presidential election, and to Charles Kushner, the father of Roger Stone and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who advised him on the campaign.