Outrage over the Justice Department’s new, shorter sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone, an ally of President Trump, bubbled over on Wednesday on Capitol Hill, where congressional critics of the president say he unfairly interfered to help a friend. Are the Justice Department’s moves justified? Yamiche Alcindor talks with two former Justice Department officials, Mary McCord and James Trusty.
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