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President Donald Trump has reportedly pardoned Death Row Records co-founder Michael "Harry-O" Harris, reported.

Harris is among 100 pardons and commutations set to be announced by the Trump administration before the president leaves office at 12:01 p.m. on January 20.

Harris, who was convicted in 1988 of attempted murder and narcotics distribution, has served 32 years in state and federal time for attempted murder and for his role in operating an 11-state drug trafficking ring. He will be set free immediately.

Rapper Snoop Dogg, who openly criticized Trump during his 4 years in office, worked quietly with prison reform advocates in the White House to release his friend.

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"The president knows about it. I've spoken with Ivanka [Trump] and I've spoken with Jared [Kushner], and I've been told that President Trump is aware of the case and has been reviewing it," said Alice Johnson, whose life sentence for a drug conviction was commuted by Trump.

"Snoop brought this case to me, and I brought Alice Johnson on board to help it with me, and she brought it to the West Wing," said activist Weldon Angelos. "In the past, the president has given her the ability to select cases. And she doesn't get [clemency for] all of them. But with Mr. Harris, she is not taking no for an answer."

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Alice Marie Johnson, who was granted clemency by President Donald Trump, will be one of the guest speakers at the Republican National Convention.

Trump commuted Johnson's life sentence in 2018 after she served 21 years for a nonviolent drug crime.

Johnson hopes her message of redemption and freedom will resonate with the RNC audience.

"I'll be there talking about criminal justice reform, that is my main mission," Jonson tells The Daily Beast.

"I'm there because I've been affected by our criminal justice system," she added.

Trump, 74, clinched the Republican nomination for a second term on the first day of the Republican National Convention on Monday. Aug. 24.

The president spoke for nearly an hour at the Charlotte Convention Center. "This is the most important election in the history of our country," Trump told the audience. "This is the biggest."

The crowd chanted "four more years" as Trump arrived at the convention center. "If you really want to drive them crazy, say 12 more years," Trump joked.

Democrats believe Trump has no plans to leave the White House if he loses the 2020 election to Joe Biden.

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Meanwhile, the 77-year-old Democratic nominee confirmed he will campaign from his basement in Delaware over the next three months.

In a rare interview with ABC's World News Tonight, Biden responded to anchor David Muir questioning whether he can win an election from his home.

"We will," Biden said. "We're gonna follow the science, what the scientists tell us. We've been able to travel to places when we've been able to do it in a way that we don't cause the congregation of large numbers of people."

Biden's campaign say he will campaign from his basement until November due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Social justice activist Kim Kardashian-West visited with President Trump the same day his fellow billionaire Mike Bloomberg ended his campaign to oust Trump from the White House.

Bloomberg, 78, announced he was dropping out of the 2020 presidential race on Wednesday, the day after losing the Super Tuesday primaries.

Kardashian attended a meeting with Trump to thank him for commuting three more female inmate's prison sentences. Trump is an advocate for criminal justice reform. He has fulfilled his promise to pardon those who are unfairly sentenced to long prison terms.

Kardashian, who was a proud Hillary Clinton supporter, took to social media on Wednesday to introduce her followers to the three former inmates as they headed to the White House with her.

"White House here we come," she tweeted.

"Today Alice, Crystal, Judith, Tynice and I, along with the @cut_50 team will be at the White House bringing light to these women and discuss more change that our justice system desperately needs!"

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The Kansas City Chiefs rallied late in the 4th quarter to win Super Bowl LIV against the San Francisco 49ers in Miami on Sunday. But the biggest story to emerge from the Super Bowl was non-sports related.

President Donald Trump is facing backlash over his 30-second Super Bowl commercial featuring Alice Marie Johnson, the grandmother who served 21 years of a life sentence for cocaine possession.

Johnson, 64, was given a life sentence for a non-violent offense, thanks to former President Bill Clinton's three strikes law.

Johnson is now an advocate and paid speaker touting Trump's criminal justice reform around the country.

In the Super Bowl ad, Johnson enthusiastically thanked Trump for giving her a new lease on life after she was released from prison.

Social media is furious that Trump took the credit for Kim Kardashian's work advocating for Johnson's release.

They argue that West and her team of lawyers did most of the heavy lifting to secure Johnson's freedom, while Trump only lifted his pen to grant clemency after Kardashian pleaded her case in the Oval Office in 2018.

Former Rep. Bakari Sellers was among Trump's vocal critics on Sunday, tweeting, "That ad was offensive AF," he tweeted before adding, "The "I freed a Negro" ad."

But a Trump supporter wrote, "So, what else is new? President Trump gets criticisms and backlash no matter what he does."

Another wrote: " Of course Democrats and Progressives are offended...This President did something when their President (Obama) did nothing."

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