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MINDSET – As we head into Day 3 of the Roger Stone trial, his lawyers are going with the theory that when he made allegedly false statements to the House Intelligence Committee about his attempts to contact WikiLeaks, he didn’t mean to lie. Jacqueline Thomsen reports that Stone’s lawyer Bruce Rogow on Tuesday asserted that the longtime Trump ally’s “state of mind” at the time of the Congressional hearing undermines arguments that his statements were made “in a conscious, evil, purposeful way to mislead the committee.” Stone faces charges that he lied to Congress and impeded a congressional investigation related to the 2016 presidential election.

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