Senior U.S. judge defends sentencing decisions after Trump tweet on Stone case


The top judge on the U.S. District Court in Washington said in an unusual public statement on Thursday that public criticism "is not a factor" in sentencing decisions, after President Donald Trump took aim at a judge from her court who is overseeing longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone's criminal trial. (Reuters Politics) More More

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