A court filing in Roger Stone’s case has been quietly replaced, raising questions about whether the original document improperly included personally identifiable information, including President Donald Trump’s cellphone number.

The joint pretrial memorandum from federal prosecutors and Stone’s defense team, filed Friday evening, laid out certain information ahead of the longtime GOP operative’s upcoming November trial, such as jury instructions and how long the trial is expected to last.

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