The judge presiding over Roger Stone’s case has denied a motion from the defendant to have her disqualified.

Judge Amy Berman Jackson in a filing issued Sunday evening said Stone’s legal team did not provide any “factual or legal support” to have her removed from his case.

Stone, a longtime ally of President Trump who was sentenced to more than three years in prison last week for lying to Congress and tampering with witnesses, moved to disqualify Jackson on Saturday, arguing the judge revealed her bias against him with comments she made about the trial’s jurors.

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