Trump to pardon Susan B. Anthony on 100-year anniversary
On Tuesday president of the united state Trump, made it public to Pardon Susan B. Anthony.
Susan Anthony a leader of the women’s suffrage movement, she was arrested for illegally voting in 1872.
President Trump made this public for the full pardon during the signing of a proclamation commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote.
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“She was never pardoned. Did you know that?” the president said during remarks at the event. “What took so long?”
in the 1872 presidential election, she violated the all-male rule for voting in her home town and was ordered to pay $100 fine and arrested.
The president on Monday teased to reporters that he would be pardoning someone “very, very important” but did not say who. He did, however, say it would not be Edward Snow den, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked classified documents, or Michael Flynn, his former national security adviser.
Biden is set to accept the Democratic presidential nomination Thursday with a speech that will close out the Democratic National Convention, which began Monday with speeches from Senator Bernie Sanders, a group of four Republicans who are bucking their party to support Biden and former first lady Michelle Obama, among others.
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Obama, who delivered the keynote address, lambasted Mr. Trump in her speech, saying he “cannot meet this moment” and is unfit to serve a second term.
When asked to respond to Obama’s speech, Mr. Trump said she was “over her head” and called the remarks “divisive.”