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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 06, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reunion of Alice Johnson with her daughter after 21 years in prison when President Trump commuted her sentence at the request of Kim Kardashian introduced; scenes shown of Alice running out. [By phone, JOHNSON - talks about learning she would get out of prison after Kim went to the White House, wanting to work with the justice system; thanks President Trump.] [Daughter Tretesaa JOHNSON - reacts; characterizes her mother.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Maggie Haberman) The two types of pardons from Trump with the celebrity aspect, political connections as well as those involved in cases by prosecutors Trump wants to get back at discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Haberman, Maggie

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