Meghan McCain Bursts into Laughter After Trump-Loving Congressman Says Trump Should Pardon Roger Stone
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?