For the second night in a row, a Tennessean took on the stage of the Republican National Convention.
Memphis resident Alice Marie Johnson was freed by President Trump after serving over 20 years in prison for a non-violent drug offense.
Speaking at the convention, she praised the president’s compassion.
“When President Trump heard about me, about the injustice of my story, he saw me as a person. He had compassion, and he acted,” Johnson said. “Free in body, thanks to President Trump!”