Ali refused to enter the military during the Vietnam war and his local draft board rejected his application for classification as a conscientious objector. Ali was stripped of his heavyweight crown in 1967.
Trump floated the possibility while speaking to reporters at the White House before departing for the Group of Seven summit.
So when Trump says he may pardon Ali, it's unclear what he's talking about.
Jackson had been convicted of violating the Mann Act in 1913 when it was ruled that he took a woman across state lines for "immoral purposes". We are looking at them. Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West personally appealed to Trump to pardon the 63-year-old grandmother. Of the 3,000 names, many of those names really have been treated unfairly.
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Green and Thompson, who have tangled all series, were both slapped with technical following an exchange in the first quarter. The four-time MVP added he does not get caught up in claims there is too much pressure on him to lead the Cavs to success.
He did not offer any other names, but said in response to a reporter's question that O.J. Simpson wasn't on the list.
"There will be more pardons", Trump said. Last week, the president said he was considering pardoning Martha Stewart and commuting the sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
In his first use of that power, Trump spared a former Arizona sheriff, Joe Arpaio, the prospect of serving jail time after a conviction stemming from his use of immigration patrols that focused on Latinos.
Johnson, who served nearly 22 years in federal prison for a first-time criminal offense, was pardoned this week. "There is no conviction from which a pardon is needed", he said.