Darren Samuelsohn

Senior White House Correspondent for Politico

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Senior policy reporter for Politico; former senior reporter for Environment & Energy Daily

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Three years and four months is the prison sentence that President Trump’s longtime friend and political advisor Roger Stone got today.

Roger Stone sentenced. Will Trump pardon?

Three years and four months is the prison sentence that President Trump’s longtime friend and political advisor Roger Stone got today.

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President Trump’s impeachment trial formally began today.

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President Trump’s impeachment trial formally began today.

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The House Intelligence Committee released its impeachment report on Tuesday, after weeks of hearings at the Capitol.

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