The worst of Trump's pardons

Elie Honig writes that Donald Trump offered up one last burst of cronyism and self-dealing on his last full day in office, doling out free passes to an unseemly lineup of criminals who apparently have been granted mercy based largely on their personal connections to Trump, their wealth and access or their status as celebrity objects of fascination. (He also pardoned several people who had been rightly advocated for by criminal justice reform groups.)

The worst of Trump's pardons
Elie Honig writes that Donald Trump offered up one last burst of cronyism and self-dealing on his last full day in office, doling out free passes to an unseemly lineup of criminals who apparently have been granted mercy based largely on their personal connections to Trump, their wealth and access or their status as celebrity objects of fascination. (He also pardoned several people who had been rightly advocated for by criminal justice reform groups.)