Drug offender grandmother Alice Johnson’s sentence commuted by Trump
It was an emotional homecoming two decades in the making for great-grandmother Alice Johnson, whose life sentence on a nonviolent drug offense was commuted by President Trump after a White House visit by Kim Kardashian West. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports for TODAY from the White House.
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