President Trump is considering pardoning Martha Stewart and commuting Celebrity Apprentice alum Rod Blagojevich's sentence
Trump, who feuded with Stewart while calling her failed 2005 spinoff of The Apprentice "terrible," told reporters today on Air Force One he's considering pardoning Stewart over her conviction in an insider trading case that resulted in her spending five months in prison in 2004. Former Illinois Gov. Blagojevich, who competed on four episodes of Celebrity Apprentice in 2010, was convicted in 2011 of corruption charges. He is serving a 14-year sentence. Trump told reporters Blagojevich was punished for “saying things that every other politician, you know that many other politicians say." ALSO: Video emerges of Martha Stewart joking with Joan Rivers about slaughtering Trump.
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