The message from the organization of lawyers follows Trump's tweet early Tuesday morning calling the seven- to nine-year sentencing recommendation for Stone a "miscarriage of justice". Susan Collins, who said last week that she thought Trump would moderate his behaviour after impeachment.
Prosecutors in Stone's case had recommended up to nine years of jail for him on the seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering, and making false statements to Congress in relation to the Robert Mueller special counsel investigation into alleged Russian ties to Trump's 2016 campaign.
The White House said Trump was not bothered by Barr's remarks.
Donald Ayer, former Deputy Attorney General during the George H.W. Bush administration.
The ABA message also appeared to refer to Attorney General William Barr, a Trump appointee and ally who has politicized the Justice Department in the president's favor.
"While he has the right to have a conversation with the attorney general, he did not", White House spokesman Hogan Gidley told reporters.
Stone is due to be sentenced on February 20 after being found guilty in November on seven counts of lying to Congress, obstruction and witness tampering, stemming from a government investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 United States presidential election.
Still, he said, "for prosecutors to withdraw from a case and even to withdraw from the Department of Justice, that clearly reflects very strong beliefs and ethics, such that they were not prepared to stand behind something they believed was contrary to the interests of justice".
That message was amplified by Trump's National Security Advisor who insisted the president has "tremendous confidence" in Barr.
"It feels like something outrageous is going on", Cousins said in an interview.
Malcolm estimated, "I don't think the president did anything wrong", adding, "I don't think, particularly, he did Roger Stone any favors".
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) says she doesn't think the president's actions during the sentencing period of Roger Stone were appropriate.
But hours after Mr Trump shared his displeasure at the recommended sentence on Twitter, the Justice Department's intervened in the case to issue a new court filing suggesting the proposed sentence was "excessive and unwarranted". Stone's friendship with Trump dates back decades. Stone and a stream of reprimands from the choose, together with violating gag orders by selling his guide on social media and posting an image on Instagram of Decide Jackson with a picture of cross hairs within the nook by her head. They claimed that the prosecutors didn't notify the Trump management previously in their advice that didn't "accurately reflect" the Department of Justice's place. "This is not what America is about".
"The Judges of this Court base their sentencing decisions on careful consideration of the actual record in the case before them; the applicable sentencing guidelines and statutory factors; the submissions of the parties, the Probation Office and victims; and their own judgment and experience", Chief Judge Beryl Howell said. Stone argued that a juror who shouldn't have been on the jury heard the case, but Jackson said Stone failed to establish "inherent bias".
Lindsey Graham, the Republican chairman of the Senate judiciary committee, said he would not call Barr to testify about the revised sentencing decision. Trump has declined comment.