VIDEO: ‘Murderers and drug addicts don’t get nine years’: Trump wants prosecutors to ‘APOLOGIZE’ to Roger Stone
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WASHINGTON — President Trump congratulated his attorney general on Wednesday for intervening to lower the Justice Department’s sentencing recommendation for the president’s longtime friend Roger J. Stone Jr., broadening concerns that the department is ceding its independence to the White House.
Later on Wednesday, Mr. Trump said that Mr. Stone was treated “very badly,” and that prosecutors “ought to apologize to him.”
The article goes on to state the following:
Speaking to reporters in the Oval Office ahead of a meeting with President Lenín Moreno of Ecuador, Mr. Trump denied that his tweet about Mr. Barr was political and called the prosecution of Mr. Stone “a disgrace.”
Trump was asked if he would pardon Stone.
“I don’t want to say that yet,” the president replied. “But I tell you what, people were hurt viciously and badly by these corrupt people.”
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 12, 2020
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