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Mueller seizes 'voluminous' evidence on ex-Trump advisor Stone


Mueller’s prosecutors say there is so much evidence in the case against Trump’s longest-serving political advisor, Roger Stone, that they will need extra time before trial. In a new filing, Mueller’s team calls the evidence “voluminous and complex” and includes multiple hard drives, Apple iCloud accounts, email accounts, financial records and more. Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman tells Ari Melber that emails stolen from both the DNC and the Clinton campaign had “very strategic releases” and Mueller is likely looking at whether Roger Stone, or someone else within the Trump campaign “strategized” their release with Russia and Wikileaks.