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Steve Bannon to testify in Roger Stone trial

CBS News Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
Federal prosecutors in Roger Stone's trial told jurors they plan to call several high-profile witnesses to the stand, including Steve Bannon. Prosecutors revealed new details about Stone's contacts with Trump campaign officials before and after the release of stolen Democratic National Committee emails in 2016, including several phone calls Stone had with then-candidate Donald Trump.
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