Federal prosecutors are accusing longtime Donald Trump confidante Roger Stone of violating a court-imposed gag order by commenting about his case on social media.

In court papers filed Thursday, federal prosecutors in Washington asked U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the District of Columbia to set a hearing to confront Stone about social media posts that the government contends violate the conditions of his release in a pending criminal case.

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