President Trump threw his support behind a long-stalled bipartisan criminal justice reform bill on Wednesday, through obstacles remain to getting the legislation to his desk by the end of the year.
Trump formally backed the legislation during an event at the White House while surrounded by GOP lawmakers involved in the talks, outside groups and son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner. The president said lawmakers had “poured their time” and “heart” into getting an agreement.
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