The words “Pollard’s Manhattan apartment” might have the average person think of a doorman, a view of the Big Apple, a large apartment, and the “easy life.” The reality is far from it.
President Donald Trump turned down repeated pleas from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on behalf of Pollard, but that could be about to change.
“To be disappointed you have to expect more,” Pollard said in the impromptu interview in a New York restaurant.
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Trump has the authority to commute Pollard's sentence to time served and allow him to move to Israel.
"The trust as well as the good and warm relations between the two countries and leaders must be expressed by allowing Pollard to come to Israel," the petition read.
Pollard was paroled from prison in November 2015 after serving 30 years of a life sentence for passing classified information to Israel.
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“It’s clear that the Justice Department is still staffed by Obama holdovers who are not favorable to Israel, because this decision is clearly against the State of Israel.”
Pollard was paroled on Nov. 20, 2015, after having served 30 years in prison for passing classified information to an ally.