Who is Dinesh D’Souza?

Who is Dinesh D’Souza?

Who is Dinesh D’Souza?

NY interim Attorney General Barbara Underwood said on Thursday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpKoch brothers company tweets support for Kim Kardashian after Trump meeting Romney reveals he wrote in wife's name for president in 2016 Pompeo has dinner with top North Korean official in NY: report MORE's pardoning of conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza shows his willingness to thwart justice and adds urgency to the state's double jeopardy loophole.

And despite the fact that he leads the government, Trump has complained that the government treats him unfairly, too.

D'Souza retweeted Trump's tweet but did not comment otherwise. The two spoke for almost three minutes, according to the President.

When Trump says D'Souza was being "unfairly" he probably probably means prosecutors went after D'Souza so aggressively because of politics (Barack Obama was the president and D'Souza had created and released an anti-Obama documentary before the 2012 election). Ted Cruz, among others, personally lobbied him to consider doing so.

"I want to thank @realDonaldTrump for giving my husband a pardon but I particularly want to thank @SenTedCruz for putting it on his radar and helping make it happen!" He said he telephoned D'Souza on Wednesday night. D'Souza, who comes from a Roman Catholic family from Goa, had launched campaign against both Obama and the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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"Mr. D'Souza accepted responsibility for his actions, and also completed community service by teaching English to citizens and immigrants seeking citizenship".

In a book titled The End of Racism: Finding Values in an Age of Technoaffluence, D'Souza said slavery wasn't a racist institution and segregation "represented a compromise on the part of the Southern ruling elite seeking, in part, to protect blacks".

The U.S. Constitution gives the president the power to issue pardons, and Trump sometimes has used this authority to benefit convicted figures revered by some on the political right such as former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and Libby. He added that "plenty of other politicians could have said a lot worse".

He was convicted of a felony, and spent eight months in federal custody.

D'Souza was born in Mumbai and became a naturalized USA citizen in 1991.

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