Roger Stone's 'sentence was fair': Barr

William Barr didn’t rule out the possibility of Trump issuing a presidential pardon for Stone, saying “I think it’s the president’s prerogative.”
1:21 | 07/08/20

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Transcript for Roger Stone's 'sentence was fair': Barr
Mr. soon is scheduled to. Report to president believe next week July 13 report. You said earlier in a previous interview richest prosecution. You still believe that yes you know he was prosecuted. That was attorney general and the prosecution was righteous. And I think that sentence that the judge ultimately gave who was fear. Cole right objected to me. Seven to nine years and turned it was very excessive detergent. I think effectively agreeing with me. He absence of three years so the US prison time. That he should get these crimes. The president we did something we can. About pardoning him hospital heed my commute sentence. Do you recommend that he didn't do that. And will you care if he commutes or apartments. I think it's the president's prerogative its its unique that the president. Secretly hoping that is committed to is judgment. As nice day. I felt it was appropriate prosecution. But the sun's atmosphere. I think you said your note Friday. It's visited. The well that's accurate.

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