Trump advisor Roger Stone on Alex Jones show today wearing what appears to be a Kangol wool hat (lol) pic.twitter.com/iEZlcn6X86
— Alexandra Mondalek (@amondalek) March 20, 2017
Comey just hinted, by omission, that IC+FBI have classified information about Roger Stone's collusion with Wikileaks & Moscow.
— John Schindler (@20committee) March 20, 2017
Politico, “Roger Stone takes center stage as Congress lines up Russia probe witnesses”
… On Monday, Schiff placed Stone front-and-center as he questioned FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers.
Schiff made the most of his opportunity Monday during the committee’s first public hearing of its probe into whether there was any collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow officials on the alleged digital meddling campaign that bruised Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
The lawmaker pressed Comey on whether he knew who Stone is and if he was aware of Stone’s interactions with suspected hackers.
Comey said he was “generally” aware of who Stone is but wouldn’t comment on his reported activities.
“I’m worried we’re going to a place I don’t want to go, which is commenting on any particular person,” Comey added. “So I don’t think I should comment. I’m aware of public accounts.”…
Stone, who is in the midst of promoting a book on last year’s election, has a ready explanation for each action that has drawn the attention of lawmakers. He will gladly share them if asked.
“I don’t have to be subpoenaed,” Stone told POLITICO in an interview last week. “I’d come voluntarily, but if they want to issue a subpoena to get a headline, that’s fine, too. I’m anxious to speak, the sooner the better. I would like to put an end to this myth about collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians.”…
The document sent to Stone requests he retain pertinent documents from the campaign. However, [Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr] Burr said there is no timeline yet for bringing in Stone.
“Sometimes the people that want to talk the most are not the ones who are the most valuable,” he said.
CNN has a helpful timeline of every incident where “Trump adviser Roger Stone repeatedly claimed to know of forthcoming WikiLeaks dumps”.
To us older folk, Roger Stone under oath is like finding King Tut's tomb.
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) March 20, 2017
I’m quite sure ol’ Roger is busy at what he does best — massaging his every source, promising to rat out all his associates, attempting to make sure that never happens. Still, like Mr. Pierce, I can dream!
— Max Read (@max_read) March 20, 2017