SOURCES: President Trump expected to commute Rod Blagojevich's sentence
(WSIL) -- Multiple sources tell ABC News that President Donald Trump will commute the corruption sentence of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.
Blagojevich is currently serving a 14-year-sentence in a Colorado prison. He's served more than half of that sentence. According to the report the President could change Blagojevich's sentence to time already served.
Southern Illinois lawmakers are holding off on reaction at this time until President Trump officially takes action.
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