Trump sounds off on juror ‘bias’ in Roger Stone case, amid new revelations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Trump sounds off on juror ‘bias’ in Roger Stone case, amid new revelations

The prosecutors and the jury forewoman need to do some hard time!

President Trump stepped up his criticism of Justice Department prosecutors on Thursday concerning former campaign adviser Roger Stone's criminal trial, after it was reported that the jury foreperson had posted anti-Trump and anti-Stone messages online.

A spokesman for Stone also told Fox News they were reviewing the new reports and considering their next move. “Mr. Stone and his defense team are diligently reviewing the newly reported information to determine any appropriate next steps,” the spokesman said in a statement.

The juror in question, Tomeka Hart, reportedly stated Wednesday that she was the foreperson and defended federal prosecutors who recommended up to nine years in prison for Stone, only to withdraw from the case after senior DOJ officials submitted a new filing that recommended a lighter sentence. Soon afterward, her history of Democratic activism and a string of her anti-Trump, left-wing social media posts came to light.

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