Roger Stone

A court filing in the special counsel’s case against Roger Stone was widely interpreted in the mainstream press as explosive new evidence of the Trump confidant’s contacts with WikiLeaks and Russian operatives Prosecutors said Friday that search warrants used in the special counsel’s investigation revealed communications that Stone had with WikiLeaks and Guccifer 2.0. Various
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The special counsel’s indictment of Roger Stone highlighted a deep rift that has grown during the Russia investigation between the longtime Trump confidant and two former associates he worked with during the 2016 presidential campaign. Jerome Corsi and Randy Credico, who are referred to as “Person 1” and “Person 2” in the indictment, have indicated
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Posted by: Anders Hagstrom in Opinion, Trending Commentary January 27, 2019 When the FBI stormed Trump campaign strategist Roger Stone’s Florida home Friday, CNN was right there filming every second. How did CNN get the drop on the rest of the media? Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available without charge to
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The indictment against Roger Stone makes no allegation that the longtime Trump associate conspired with Russia or WikiLeaks. Instead, Stone is accused of lying to Congress about communication he had with Trump campaign officials and other associates about his efforts to find out what information WikiLeaks had during the 2016 campaign. The indictment appears to
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  by Chuck Ross New text messages show that Roger Stone learned about WikiLeaks’ plans to release Clinton-related emails through Randy Credico. The messages, which Stone’s lawyers extracted from an old phone on Wednesday, back up Stone’s claims about how he learned of WikiLeaks’ plans. The messages severely undercut Credico’s denials that he was
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