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While most Americans were watching the first public hearings in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, some may have overlooked revelations from the trial of longtime Trump advisor Roger Stone.

Stone was arrested after findings from the Mueller investigation revealed that Stone worked with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to obtain emails from the Democratic National Committee which were stolen by Russia.

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Amy Berman Jackson, the federal judge overseeing the case of President Donald Trump's longtime friend and political adviser Roger Stone, said in court documents that the recent re-release of Stone's book, in which he refers to Special Counsel Robert Mueller as "crooked," defies the gag order on his case.

"It does not matter when the defendant may have first formulated the opinions expressed, or when he first put them into words: he may no longer share his views on these particular subjects with the world," Jackson wrote. "There is no question that the order prohibited and continues to prohibit the defendant from making any public statements, using any medium, concerning the investigation."

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President Donald Trump's longtime political ally Roger Stone may have just violated his gag order with an Instagram post.

Stone, who in January was arrested as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe, posted a Roger Rabbit-style photo illustration on his Instagram story suggesting he’d been framed. Although Instagram stories disappear after 24 hours, a screenshot soon began to circulate online.

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President Donald Trump lashed out at his former fixer Michael Cohen on Twitter Wednesday morning hours after Cohen's opening statement to the House Oversight Committee was published late Tuesday night.

Cohen, who last year pleaded guilty to eight felonies including lying to Congress, intends on telling the world that Trump is a "racist," "con man," and a "cheat," that Trump knew about Roger Stone instructing Wikileaks to release stolen emails to damage Hillary Clinton, and that Trump directed Cohen to lie about a secret Trump Tower Moscow deal Trump was pursuing during the campaign.

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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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Embattled Trump advisor Roger Stone went to Instagram to complain about the judge presiding over his case, posting her picture and - wait, is that a gun sight crosshair?

Stone, a longtime Trump crony, is facing criminal charges for lying, witness tampering, and obstruction, as a result of findings from Special Counsel Robert Muellers investigation that show evidence he conferred with WikiLeaks to gain stolen emails from the Hillary Clinton campaign.

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