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.
A former GOP member of Congress has predicted that Donald Trump will leave the White House “soon” in a “spectacular political crash-and-burn” set to take place during 2019.
John LeBoutillier, who was a Republican representative in New York City back in the 1980’s, made his prediction in a column for The Hill.
The end may be near for Roger Stone, a longtime Donald Trump associate and presidential campaign adviser.
According to the Washington Post, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has asked the House Intelligence Committee to give him the transcript of its 2017 interview with Stone, which is “a sign that prosecutors could be moving to charge him with a crime.”
The following is an editorial by PoliticusUSA‘s co-publisher Sarah Jones.
The day before a judge admonished Trump‘s former National Security Adviser for selling out his country, suggesting that Flynn committed treason, former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone admitted to spreading lies on Alex Jones’ conspiracy oriented InfoWars.
Wacky conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi filed a lawsuit in Washington on Sunday against special counsel Robert Mueller, the Department of Justice, the FBI, the NSA and the CIA.
The suit alleges that Mueller and other federal agencies surveilled him illegally as part of the special counsel’s investigation into contacts between Russia and the Trump 2016 presidential campaign.
Special Counsel Bob Mueller has slowly been disclosing a very broad and extensive pattern of deception by Donald Trump’s aides and associates, according to the Associated Press. Seemingly everyone involved tried to cover up Russian contacts during the 2016 campaign and transition period, the AP reported.
According to the Washington Post, President Donald Trump is now “a major subject of interest” in the investigation of special counsel Robert Mueller.
As a “subject of the investigation,” Trump now has his own legal code name: “Individual 1.”
Special counsel Robert Mueller is looking into a series of late-night telephone calls from then-candidate Donald Trump to his confidant Roger Stone during the 2016 presidential campaign, the Washington Post is reporting.
Yesterday the Wall Street Journal published a long article summarizing Robert Mueller’s investigation into Roger Stone and other conservative activists who have been closely associated with Stone through the years. The focus seems to be their interactions with WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange.
The Wonderland of Trump World just gets “curiouser and curiouser.”
The President of the United States spent 13 hours yesterday tweeting about a former contestant on “The Apprentice” who, for some unknown reason, he later hired as a White House adviser, and now has written a “tell all” book.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller just obtained a major court ruling that destroyed any chance Donald Trump ever had of getting his case thrown out.
Many people in Trump’s camp have argued that Mueller doesn’t have the legal authority under the U.S. Constitution to go after the president. That argument has now gone down in flames.
One thing that was accomplished with Rod Rosenstein’s announcement of 12 new indictments against Russians on Friday was to provide proof once again that Roger Stone has a long history of lying.
To go through all of the many provable instances of Stone’s lying would take too much time, but there are a few key examples that show Stone has been lying from the beginning about his personal involvement in the hacking of Hillary Clinton and DNC emails and about his relationship with the Russian government.
On the surface it appears that Donald Trump is winning. He has a unique ability to dominate news cycles and absorb all of the media’s attention through his brash public statements and his tweet storms.
On Thursday, Special Counsel Mueller requested 70 blank subpoenas for appearances in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA) in the case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
Roger Stone told the media Tuesday after testifying in a closed hearing on the Trump Russia probe of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee that he "expressed my view" that he is "aware of no evidence whatsoever of collusion by the Russian state or the Trump campaign or anyone associated with Donald Trump."
Former Trump associates Paul Manafort and Roger Stone have turned over documents to the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating the Russia scandal.
Roger Stone sent a freaked out letter to CNN's Jake Tapper this Thursday morning that includes calling Democratic Ranking Intel Member Adam Schiff a "p*ssy" and threatened to spank his accusers like children.
"I think it's pretty established that the Russians did not hack the DNC. That's a falsehood."
This is a slippery and dangerous slope down which Trump and his surrogates have embarked. This is how dictatorships function, not democracies