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Prosecution: Stone Lied About WikiLeaks To Protect Buddy Trump

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Prosecution: Stone Lied About WikiLeaks To Protect Buddy Trump

Prosecution: Stone Lied About WikiLeaks To Protect Buddy Trump

A 12-member jury heard opening statements in the Roger Stone trial in federal court on Wednesday.

According to Reuters, prosecution and defense lawyers painted dramatically different portraits of Stone.

The 67-year-old GOP political operative has been a friend and ally of President Donald Trump for four decades.

Prosecutors pulled back the curtain on Stone’s private dealings of Trump's 2016 campaign.

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