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SET FOR STONE – The sentencing of Roger Stone, convicted of witness tampering and lying to Congress in connection with the 2016 presidential election, is set for 10 a.m. As Jacqueline Thomsen reports, the post-conviction phase of the legal drama has resulted in accusations of political interference by the Trump DOJ, the final straw for at least one career prosecutor, and the topic of many tweets from President Trump. Meanwhile, speculation about a presidential pardon has gained steam, amid other pardons Trump handed down this week.

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