Alice Marie Johnson

Anchor Ed Henry asked the Democratic 2020 candidate how he can still call Trump a racist following his Super Bowl ad. Buttigieg had a withering answer.
The president granted clemency to Johnson, a Black woman and a first-time nonviolent offender, after Kim Kardashian highlighted her case.
It will not be called "Keeping Up with Kriminal Justice Reform."
“I guarantee you the people sitting behind bars do not care who the president is. They just want that relief," she tells Van Jones.
"So I’m naked and my phone rings and I’m all glammed up and I’m like, ‘Get me a robe.'"
Johnson said she danced and screamed when she found out the president granted her clemency.
The reality TV star spent seven months working for the prisoner's release.
Alice Marie Johnson was released from Aliceville Correctional Facility after President Donald Trump commuted her life sentence. The president had recently met with Kim Kardashian, who advocated on Johnson’s behalf in the Oval Office.
Discussing praise and who earns it is an effective way to set the historical record straight.
The reality star went to the White House in May to discuss prison reform with the president.