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Roger Stone Expected To Plead Not Guilty In D.C. Federal Court Tuesday

The longtime GOP consultant and self-described "dirty trickster" was indicted on charges of obstruction, making false statements to Congress and witness tampering. He says he's done nothing wrong.

Republican political consultant Roger Stone is scheduled to appear in federal court Tuesday morning in Washington, D.C. He has said he'll plead not guilty to obstruction and other charges unsealed last week.

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