Judge Berman Jackson told Stone that the case is "a criminal proceeding and not a public relations campaign", or "a book tour". The judge asked both sides to file briefs by Feb 8 on the possible gag order.
He can 'discuss foreign relations, immigration or Tom Brady as much as he wants to, ' she quipped, referencing the star New England Patriots quarterback before Super Bowl Sunday.
Jackson also presides over Mueller's prosecution of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and issued a gag order in that case after one of Manafort's attorneys addressed reporters outside the courthouse following his first court appearance.
Stone has hosted two press conferences and numerous interviews since his arrest one week ago stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.
At a court hearing in Washington on Friday, Judge Jackson cited a number of "extrajudicial statements by the defendant".
Stone faces a status conference in federal court in Washington just three days after he pleaded not guilty to felony charges of witness tampering, obstruction and false statements.
Stone noted at a press conference Thursday that he makes his living as a public relations consultant and by discussing and writing about politics.
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"No, I didn't. I never did", he said. They said multiple hard drives containing several terabytes of information have been recovered, including bank and financial records and the contents of numerous phones and computers.
In a court filing Thursday, prosecutors with Mueller's office said the Federal Bureau of Investigation seized physical devices from his home, apartment and office.
Mr Stone, 66, a longstanding ally of the president, has previously vowed to resist any gagging order, saying on Tuesday: "I will fight and the deep state is in panic mode".
After his arrest he was released on $250,000 (£189,000) bail and with restrictions allowing him to travel only for court appearances in Florida, Washington DC and NY.
Stone served as an adviser to Trump for years before he ran for president.
In Stone's indictment, prosecutors charged that after the initial July 22, 2016, release of stolen emails, "a senior Trump campaign official was directed to contact Stone about any additional releases and what other damaging information Organization 1" had regarding the Clinton campaign.
A long-time friend of Donald Trump, Roger Stone has worked on Republican political campaigns since the 1970s and is a self-proclaimed "dirty trickster".
Asked if he ever spoke to Stone, his longtime advisor on the topic, about WikiLeaks Trump responded: "No.' Asked if he ever had conversations about it, he responded: 'No, I didn't". He has said that he had no advance knowledge of what material WikiLeaks held and that predictions he made about the group's plans were based on Assange's public comments and tips from associates.