Trump commutes sentence to former IL Governor Blagojevich

"I guess I'm ok with it," says Marc Cox of Trump's decision to commute Blago's sentence.

The Annie Frey Show
February 18, 2020 - 2:23 pm
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(KFTK) – Marc Cox said he remembered covering the sentencing  of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.

"It was so odd, because he would come into the courthouse in downtown Chicago," said Cox, "and he would step out of the car at the curb and it was like a rockstar treatment. People were yelling at him and he was signing autographs, it was really weird."

"He's served eight years, and he's still got fairly young children (Amy, 23 and  Anne, 16), for a crime that certainly wasn't victimless," Cox said, "for the gravity of what he did, I think its probably lesson-learned at ths point."

Marc thinks the Roger Stone case stinks to high heaven.

“The judge in this case is a Democrat and is very clearly angry at Roger Stone,” he said.

 

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