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President Trump, administration officials and state leaders met Thursday afternoon to discuss a path toward prison reform that the president might submit to Congress. The administration has privately been working on this goal in recent weeks.
He met with governors and attorneys general from states who have instituted successful reforms.
Hogan Gidley, the White House deputy press secretary, released a statement in which he referenced the First Step Act, a bill that the House passed in May, that could be foundational for a deal acceptable to both parties in the Senate.
Much of the facilitation of discussions between the White House and lawmakers about criminal justice reform have been spearheaded by the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner.
Last week, President Trump met with inner city pastors to discuss prison reform. Along with those measures, he has also been discussing job training programs.
About breaking the cycle of criminal recidivism, possibly with job training programs in the prisons.