Published: November 15, 2019 | 9 min read, 1761 words
Mr. Stone, a longtime informal adviser to President Trump, obstructed one of Congress’s Russia investigations and lied to lawmakers. Roger J. Stone Jr., a former aide and longtime friend of President Trump, was found guilty on Friday of obstructing a congressional investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election in what prosecutors said was an effort to protect Mr. Trump. Mr. Stone, 67, was charged with lying to the House Intelligence Committee, trying to block the testimony of another potential witness and concealing reams of evidence from investigators. Prosecutors claimed... READ MORE
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November 17, 2019
The article is a bit sensational at times and its authors repeatedly reference Roger Stone's alleged connection to Wikileaks which is still unproven. Given Mr. Stone's uniquely braggadocious lifetime in the public eye and recent revelations about his willingness to lie in court, we should stop assuming he knew anything about the Wikileaks Clinton emails. It's also worth noting that the authors used this story as a chance to criticize the Trump Administration.