Feds Urge Judge to Allow ‘Godfather’ Clip at Stone Trial

Attorneys in Washington, D.C., federal court geared up Wednesday for the November trial of Trump associate Roger Stone, as the presiding judge tackled pending motions from both sides, including whether to allow prosecutors to screen a clip from “The Godfather Part II.”

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White House Did Not Assert Privilege, Barr Says Ahead of Mueller Report’s Release

Prefacing his release of the report by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, Attorney General William Barr said Thursday that the White House did not make any claims of executive privilege.

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