WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Prosecutors delivered closing arguments in the trial of U.S. President Donald Trump’s adviser Roger Stone on Wednesday, saying the Republican operative lied to Congress about his efforts to keep abreast of when WikiLeaks might dump damaging emails on Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election campaign because he knew it would make Trump look bad.
Roger Stone, former campaign adviser to U.S.
67th U.S. Secretary of State, former New York senator and First Lady
Kayleigh McEnany's statements mischaracterized what followed the 2016 election and his victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
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Giuliani added: "Somehow the Democrat party was hijacked by Clinton and since then it's gone more corrupt."
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A bipartisan group has formed the National Council on Election Integrity to advocate for a peaceful transfer of power to a Biden administration. Two of the..
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While some red counties shifted left, larger margins of victory than Clinton in already-blue counties drove Biden to victory.
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Federal prosecutors in Roger Stone's trial told jurors they plan to call several high-profile witnesses to the stand, including Steve Bannon. Prosecutors...
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