Politico

Disgraced former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone was recently sentenced to three years and four months of prison after a lengthy and often chaotic trial for numerous felonies, including obstruction of justice and witness tampering.

Now, a partial video of Stone's deposition is making the rounds.

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President Donald Trump's constant Twitter commentary about the Roger Stone case has made an already chaotic, years-long proceeding into an even greater circus.

Trump's former campaign advisor Roger Stone was convicted by a jury of his peers on numerous felony charges, including lying to Congress and obstructing justice. The Justice Department took the nearly unprecedented step of overriding its own prosecutors' sentencing recommendation after Trump tweeted in his former advisor's defense.

All four prosecutors resigned as a result. Stone was sentenced to three years and four months in prison.

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After his conviction for obstructing justice, intimidating a witness, lying to Congress, and other charges, former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison earlier this month.

The sentence came after months of drama surrounding the case, including Stone's veiled threats to Judge Amy Berman Jackson on social media, and the Justice Department's decision to override the sentence recommendations of its own prosecutors after Trump criticized them.

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ABC/The View

President Donald Trump has made no effort to keep his thoughts on the trial of his former advisor, Roger Stone, a secret.

Stone was convicted of lying to Congress, obstructing justice, and threatening a witness last year. When prosecutors recommended a seven to nine year prison sentence, Trump fumed on Twitter and the Justice Department subsequently overrode the opinion of its prosecutors, who resigned in response.

Today, Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison for his crimes, leading everyone to ask: Will Trump pardon one of his most vocal allies?

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ABC News

People cried foul earlier this week when the Justice Department overrode four career prosecutors to recommend a reduced sentence for former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone.

The Department's decision came only a day after Trump railed against the prosecutors' recommendation on Twitter, leading many to believe the Department reduced the sentence recommendation because the President interceded on his ally's behalf.

All four prosecutors on the case resigned in response to the change.

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MSNBC

People were astounded when the Justice Department overrode the sentence recommendation of its own prosecutors against staunch President Donald Trump ally, Roger Stone, after the President railed against the recommendation on Twitter. Stone was convicted on multiple felonies last year, including lying to Congress and obstruction of justice.

After the President's public rebuke and the Justice Department's acquiescence to it, all four prosecutors withdrew from the Roger Stone case. One left the Justice Department all together.

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Former advisor to President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, Roger Stone, was indicted and convicted for lying to Congress and obstructing justice.

On Tuesday, the Department of Justice recommended Stone be sentenced to seven to nine years in prison. The recommendation was signed by the case's top prosecutor.

That's when things got...interesting.

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