When it comes to Roger Stone’s contacts with the Trump campaign about WikiLeaks in 2016, Stone’s attorney had a clear message: “So what?”

That’s the argument defense attorney Bruce Rogow made to the jury during closing arguments for Stone’s trial on Wednesday. Rogow said Stone had no reason to lie to the House Intelligence Committee during his closed-door interview with lawmakers in 2017.

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