Trump Says He Has ‘Absolute Right’ to Tell Justice Department What to Do With Roger Stone Prison Sentence

President Donald Trump denied that he told the Department of Justice to change his friend Roger Stone’s sentencing guidelines — seven to nine years in prison — but also claimed he an “absolute right” to interfere.

Four federal prosecutors have resigned because the Department of Justice is seeking a lighter prison sentence for his criminal friend Roger Stone, who was convicted of lying to Congress seven times and witness tampering.

(Source: Fox News via Twitter)

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