Trump floats posthumous pardon for Muhammad Ali
President Donald Trump said Friday he is considering posthumously pardoning boxer Muhammad Ali, who was convicted in 1967 after refusing military service in Vietnam -- even though Ali's attorney called it "unnecessary." "I'm thinking about Muhammad Ali. I'm thinking about that very seriously and some others," Trump said, while speaking to reporters at the White House before departing for the Group of Seven summit. "And some folks that have sentences that aren't fair."
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