Former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who is serving 28 years in prison, is pleading with President Donald Trump to commute his sentence to time served.
The disgraced former mayor asked for a commutation of his sentence, according to a public Facebook post.
A message posted on the "Free Kwame Project" website announced that Kilpatrick is "ready (mentally, emotionally, spiritually) to go home!"
Kilpatrick apparently likes his chances after President Trump pardoned filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza (who was thrown into prison by the Justice Department under Obama) and a 63-year-old grandmother who was sentenced to life on drug charges as a first offender.
Kilpatrick, 47, was sentenced in 2013 to serve 28 years in prison on multiple counts of extortion, bribery, conspiracy and racketeering.
The former mayor was accused of funneling cash bribes into secret bank accounts and diverting city funds into his own pockets.
Kilpatrick, who served as Detroit mayor from 2001 to 2008, also placed his father and other family members on the city's payroll, as well as enriched his friends who helped him get elected.
If Trump ignores his request, Kilpatrick will languish behind bars until 2037.