Roger Stone credits president Trump with saving his life by commuting his prison sentence

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Roger Stone on Monday praised President Trump during an interview on “Hannity,” saying that the president’s recent move to commute his prison sentence preserved his life.

President Trump on Friday signed an executive grant of clemency mere days before Stone was to report to a Georgia prison.

The 67-year-old Stone lauded Trump for taking the action now instead of waiting until after the presidential election.

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