Roger Stone was sentenced to roughly three and a half years in prison for multiple felonies including lying to Congress to protect Trump.
Donald Trump is melting down on Twitter and ranting as Roger Stone is in court at this moment for sentencing for multiple felony convictions.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson has called an on the record telephone conference with all parties in the Roger Stone case just two days before sentencing.
Vice President Mike Pence's Chief of Staff claimed on Sunday that Barr decided on his own to reduce Stone's sentence, and Trump was not involved.
A juror in Roger Stone's trial is standing up for the prosecutors who stepped down and speaking out against Trump and Barr.
Trump went on a babbling nonsensical meltdown about Roger Stone, Robert Mueller, and the Russia scandal at the White House.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson reminded Trump and Barr that she is still in charge by denying Roger Stone's request for a new trial.
When asked about his interference in Roger Stone's sentencing, Trump claimed he has the right to tell the DOJ what to do.
Two of the federal prosecutors who prosecuted Roger Stone after resigned after Donald Trump and William Barr intervened and changed Stone's sentencing recommendation.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that Trump and Barr interfering in Roger Stone's sentencing is a clear abuse of power.
Attorney General William Barr is changing Roger Stone's sentencing recommendation so that he gets a lighter sentence than the 7-9 year initial recommendation.
Federal prosecutors have asked the judge to give Roger Stone what amounts to a life sentence of 7-9 years in prison.
Roger Stone's daughter went on Fox News and asked Donald Trump to pardon her father for the 2016 election-related lies to Congress that benefited Trump.
Trump responded to Roger Stone being convicted of seven felonies by demanding that Hillary Clinton and Adam Schiff be sent to prison.
The teetering Trump presidency got hit with an epic body blow as Roger Stone was found guilty on seven felony counts, and is on his way to prison.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Thursday ordered President Donald Trump’s former political adviser Roger Stone to stop speaking publicly about Robert Mueller’s criminal case against him, or else he will be sent to jail pending trial.
Donald Trump, his children, and his inner circle appear to be very confident that they will not be implicated in the report which may soon be issued by special counsel Robert Mueller.
However, according to a report published this morning by POLITICO, some of them might already have been indicted and don’t even know about it yet. And these indictments might include Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon and Hope Hicks as well as members of Trump’s immediate family.
Donald Trump’s longtime friend Roger Stone knows how to get publicity, and in his latest interview he went off the deep end by making crazy claims that the purpose of Bob Mueller’s special counsel probe is to remove both Donald Trump and Mike Pence from office.
More than any other figure indicted by Robert Mueller so far Roger Stone loves to talk to the press. Like his longtime friend Donald Trump, Stone loves to be the center of attention. So one of his biggest fears is that the judge in his case — Amy Berman Jackson — will issue a gag order prohibiting him from discussing his case publicly or talking to the media.