President Trump's longtime associate Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in prison

ABC News’ Pierre Thomas discusses Stone’s sentencing verdict and if the president will pardon him.
0:58 | 02/21/20

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Transcript for President Trump's longtime associate Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in prison
Pierre Thomas joins us now and piers still has challenged the verdict in his case. So what happens next for him and could have potentially delay any pardon action on behalf of the president. Police dole is calling for a new trial alleging jury misconduct. So now it appears that the president is going to wait and see how that plays out before making that is the decision. About a pardon. And a near exclusive interview with the attorney general still causing serious fallout here in and now after this sentencing of stone. Where does barged in after a week of tensions with the White House. Does it is still a very fluid situation the tension is still there. He's waiting to see how the president responds to the stone. Citizen today there are some red lines that he is very concerned about comments on the jury comments on the judge we have to wait and see how it all plays out. All right thank you again Pierre Thomas for us in Washington.

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