VIDEO: Gingrich explains why prosecutors in Roger Stone case went too far

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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said on Thursday that the recommended sentence from prosecutors against former President Trump’s adviser Roger Stone was “truly absurd” and “extraordinary,”

“The level of corruption among some of the career professionals is amazing and they’re perfectly willing to use that bias,“ Gingrich told “Fox & Friends.”

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“For a guy for whom this is a first offense, a non-violent offense, not drug-related, not violent crime related — to be given as a recommendation a maximum sentence is truly extraordinary,” Gingrich said.

VIDEO: Judge Napolitano voices outrage over Roger Stone case, defends Trump speaking out

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