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Alicia: Donald Trump launched a furious tweet storm from Air Force One Tuesday against the judge hearing his former campaign aide Roger Stone's case - while the court was in session. He accused the juror in the case of being 'totally biased' just at the time U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson was hearing a bid by Stone's legal team to overturn his conviction because of claims jury foreperson was biased - and herself laying into the president. The three tweets sent as his plane headed from India to Germany created the spectacle of the president and a federal judge - appointed by his predecessor Barack Obama - appearing to feud in real time. In the Washington D.C. federal courtroom, Berman Jackson herself took aim at Trump, saying: 'The president of the United States used his Twitter platform to disseminate a particular point of view about a juror. 'Any attempt to invade the privacy of the jurors or to harass or intimidate them is completely antithetical to our system of justice. They deserve our protection. Th deserve to have their privacy protected.' The juror at the center of the case, Tomeka Hart, went public just before Stone's sentencing to speak up for the prosecutors, who were at that point the target of Trump's ire. But her social media history was revealed to include a post about Stone's arrest, and a strong of anti-Trump tweets, while it also emerged she had run for Congress as a Democrat in 2012.