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Trump congratulates Barr on ‘taking charge’ of Roger Stone case, says it ‘was totally out of control’

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 12 February 2020
President Trump offered "congratulations" to Attorney General Bill Barr after the Justice Department submitted an amended filing in Roger Stone's criminal case seeking a lighter sentence for the former Trump campaign adviser than prosecutors first recommended -- a move that comes as Democrats accuse the White House of politicizing the DOJ and career prosecutors are withdrawing from the case in apparent protest.
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