Jul 13, 2020
National Review: an indefensible commutation

“This is a very personal presidency…as we have all found out to our great sadness and chagrin. Roger Stone got his sentence commuted by the President of the United States for not flipping and cooperating with prosecutors, which would’ve exposed the President to a charge of perjury had he done so,” explains Morning Joe veteran columnist Mike Barnicle as he and Mika Brzezinski discuss a National Review op-ed that calls President Donald Trump’s decision to commute the sentence of his former campaign adviser and longtime friend Roger Stone on seven felony crimes “an indefensible commutation.” Watch more of the conversation here.