Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Donald Trump, is set to go to trial this week in a case that’s expected to detail the campaign’s contacts with WikiLeaks in the lead-up to the 2016 election.

It’s been nine months since Stone’s January arrest on charges of lying to Congress and witness tampering. But the build-up to his trial has been far from quiet, as the judge presiding over Stone’s case has hit him with gag orders and repeatedly chided him from the bench.

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