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President Donald Trump on Wednesday falsely asserted that the judge in Paul Manafort's Virginia sentencing hearing vindicated his assertions that there was "no collusion" between his presidential campaign and Russia.

Manafort was sentenced to 43 months in prison for fraud unrelated to Russian collusion.

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After Trump associate Roger Stone was indicted for witness tampering and multiple counts of making false statements as a result of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, he furiously proclaimed his innocence in multiple media appearances, decrying the investigation and the Judge presiding over his case: Judge Amy Berman Jackson.

Stone set the internet ablaze earlier this week, when he posted an Instagram picture of Berman Jackson next to gun crosshairs. He continued his attempts to discredit the Judge in his caption:

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Roger Stone, the indicted longtime friend & advisor to President Donald Trump, has issued an apology to Judge Amy Berman Jackson for posting a picture of her under crosshairs to Instagram over the weekend.

Jackson is the presiding judge for Stone's case in DC federal court.

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