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Alice Marie Johnson on the second chance, Trump has
On ‘Hannity,’ Alice Marie Johnson, your life opens up about President Trump to commute the sentence.
Alice Marie Johnson, the woman whose life was a sentence, commuted by President Trump last month, called America, “the Land of the second Chance” and said that she thinks Trump will follow-up with more situations like yours.
Speaking of Fox News ” Sean Hannity, Johnson shared her experience, since then, released on 6. June.
“Every single place that I go, when people recognize who I am, you embrace me. They tell me how happy they are that I’m home,” she said. “Tell me, how much you prayed for me, and like you, followed by the day, Kim went to the White house.”
Johnson, 63, had Laundry, a sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole after she was convicted of a first nonviolent drug offenses and fees in connection with the money. Reality TV icon Kim Kardashian West took her case, even to meet with Trump in the White house, to beg for mercy.
She said that the hardest part of your trip was a time of hope and a chance to be released.
“The wait was very painful for me and my family. We had so many ups and downs. So many false alarms that happen for years.”
Johnson said that her case is proof that the “system is broken,” but she added that she has faith, to the granting of the indulgence of trump.
“I’m not going to let him down, there’s no way. This country is a country of second chances,” she said on “Hannity.” “I love America, and I think that the President sees what has taken place with me that he is going to pursue and to do some other things for other people.”
Johnson also expressed their thanks to the West, and she said that she works hard to help others.
“I’m so happy that Kim is focused, because there are so many other just like me.”
West recently rejected the Chance for the entry in the Hollywood-Trump-bashing in an appearance with late night host Jimmy Kimmel.
Again and again, wiping Kimmel remarks aimed at Trump, who said at one point, she is “hopeful” that more is to come of their meeting in the White house, and to say that “nothing bad about the President.”
Paulina Dedaj is a writer/ reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @PaulinaDedaj.