The President of the United States, Donald Trump, will grant about 100 pardons and commutations on Tuesday, his last full day in office.
Beneficiaries are white-collar criminals and high-profile rappers.
White House advisors held a briefing to finalise the list, says CNN.
All are curious to see whether or not Trump has given clemency to more notorious allies, members of his family or himself.
In December, he accepted dozens of pardons, including those of allies accused of criminal offences.
Trump is under pressure to excuse his followers who have taken part in the U.S. Capitol attack.
“There are a lot of people urging the President to pardon the folks. To seek a pardon of these people would be wrong”, Senator Lindsey Graham said Sunday on Fox News.