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In trial of Trump adviser Stone, comedian says he did not take dog threat seriously

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
Comedian Randy Credico testified on Friday he did not believe that President Donald Trump's adviser Roger Stone truly intended to harm Credico's dog when he threatened to do so, which could undercut the government's witness-tampering case against Stone.
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