Obama Commuted 1,715 Sentences, Trump Has Only Commuted 11

Including Roger Stone, President Trump has thus far issued only 36 pardons and commutations, (25 pardons, 11 commutations) a tiny fraction of the 1,927 Obama granted executive clemency to before leaving office.

Per Wikipedia,  by the end of his second and final term on January 20, 2017, United States President Barack Obama had exercised his constitutional power to grant the executive clemency—that is, “pardon, commutation of sentence, remission of fine or restitution, and reprieve”[1]—to 400 individuals convicted of federal crimes. Of the acts of clemency, 1715 were commutations (including 504 life sentences) and 212 were pardons

Obama holds the record for the largest single-day use of the clemency power, granting 330 commutations on January 19, 2017, his last full day in office. He also issued more commutations than the past 13 presidents combined.

Nevertheless, Democrats are expressing outrage over Trump’s commutation of the sentence of Stone.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told Anderson Cooper

“I’m recommending that we pass a law that presidents cannot issue a pardon if the crime that the person is in jail for is one that is caused by protecting the President, which this was”

Rep. Adam Schiff tweeted:

Commuting Roger Stone’s sentence is a terrible blow to justice and the rule of law. Through this act, Trump is saying: “If you lie for me, if you cover up for me, if you obstruct for me, I will protect you.” Another tragic day for American democracy.