President Trump on Thursday criticized a juror in the Roger Stone case, accusing her of holding "significant bias" against his longtime adviser. Trump earlier this week slammed the sentencing recommendation for Stone, only for the Justice Department to change course. Though the DOJ will apparently seek a lighter sentence for Stone, Trump said the forewoman on the jury was biased, and said the case was "not looking good for the 'Justice' Department." The forewoman, Tomeka Hart, had reportedly previously tweeted that Trump and his supporters were "racist," which Fox News commentators said could mean Stone is "entitled to a new trial." Trump has also attacked the judge overseeing Stone's case. All four prosecutors in the case quit after the Justice Department reversed its sentencing recommendation for Stone.

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