Roger Stone still idolizes disgraced former President Richard Nixon and even has Nixon’s head tattooed on his back. But last night, after Stone was indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller and arrested by the FBI, the Nixon Foundation issued a statement saying they wanted nothing to do with Donald Trump’s oldest friend and adviser.
Robert Mueller stunned the entire political world this morning with his early-morning arrest of Donald Trump’s oldest friend and associate, Roger Stone. The implications of this arrest, and the 24-page indictment of Stone obtained by Mueller in Washington last night, are not yet fully understood.
Special counsel Robert Mueller obtained the indictment Thursday evening in Washington, D.C., charging Stone with one count of obstruction of justice, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering.
The indictment of Stone came from special counsel Robert Mueller who charged him with obstruction of justice, giving false statements to the FBI and tampering with witnesses.