Trump Says Stone Didn’t Work for Him ‘Anywhere Near Election’

Steve Martin’s Roger Stone Has A Message For Donald Trump In ‘SNL’ Cold Open: ‘Pardon Me’

Steve Martin’s Roger Stone Has A Message For Donald Trump In ‘SNL’ Cold Open: ‘Pardon Me’

Trump's old friend and advisor Roger Stone did not exclude that he would cooperate with the Special Attorney Robert Mueller concerning his investigation of Russia's meddling in the USA elections in 2016, as Reuters reported.

Stephanopoulos asked Stone about possibly cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe, as Mueller has not asked to speak with Stone to date: "Are you prepared to tell the truth about your dealings with him to the special counsel, the truth about your dealings with the campaign?"

The indictment does not charge Stone with conspiring with WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy website that published emails of Democrats during the 2016 campaign, or with the Russian officers who Mueller says hacked them.

Stone said he would "testify honestly" if he knew about any Trump campaign wrongdoing and didn't rule out speaking about his talks with Trump.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters Friday that the charges against Stone have "nothing to do with the president", and Trump tweeted: "Greatest Witch Hunt in the History of our Country!"

"'There were 17 vehicles with their lights going, including two armored vehicles in the front yard", Stone said. Martin spluttered back: "Oh yeah, right, the pity thing I wanted to go on, I'm just a poor helpless old man, I'm 66, I'm nearly as old as Sting".

"I will be happy to testify if - I would expect to be subpoenaed", he told CNN's Jake Tapper. "I think the American people need to hear about it", Stone said.

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There have been filings about the hacking into DNC e-mails and Hillary Clinton's e-mails.

In a weekend analysis for centrist legal blog Just Security headlined "How Did Roger Stone Know What the President Told Mueller?".

Saturday Night Live returned with yet another cold open, this time featuring guests on a parody of the show Tucker Carlson Tonight.

"This doesn't look to me like an investigation that's about to wrap up", said Stanford law professor David Alan Sklansky.

Stone's indictment revealed a link between Republican Trump's campaign and WikiLeaks, the online publisher of secret documents.

The indictment claims Stone was a link between Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and an unnamed organization matching the description of WikiLeaks.

He is one of the closest Trump associates to be charged in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation to help win the election.

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