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The Normally Tight-Lipped Robert Mueller Weighs In On Roger Stone

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The Normally Tight-Lipped Robert Mueller Weighs In On Roger Stone

The Normally Tight-Lipped Robert Mueller Weighs In On Roger Stone

Former special counsel Robert Mueller is defending his office's prosecution of Roger Stone.

As part of Mueller's Russia investigation, Stone was convicted of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing Congress.

In an op-ed for the Washington Post, Mueller said Stone is still a convicted felon, despite President Donald Trump's commutation of Stone's sentence.

Because his sentence has been commuted, he will not go to prison.

But his conviction stands.


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