Steve Martin still a wild and insane 'SNL' guy - as Roger Stone

Leroy Wright
January 29, 2019

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?"

Meanwhile, Stone said Sunday he would not categorically rule out forging a cooperation agreement with special counsel Robert Mueller.

The real Stone made headlines this week when he was arrested by the FBI at his home in Florida on Friday morning and charged with seven counts in federal court, included one count of obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements and one count of witness tampering. But if I were going to destroy evidence, wouldn't I have done it a long time ago?

According to the indictment: 'After the July 22, 2016 release of stolen DNC emails by Organization 1, a senior Trump Campaign official was directed to contact STONE about any additional releases and what other damaging information Organization 1 had regarding the Clinton Campaign.

"I'm broke from my legal battles", Stone said, holding the lapels of his fancy suit. "You can't push a button, and I can't recall precisely, in detail, granularly, conversations, emails, events from 2016", Corsi said. "This indictment is thin as can be".

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Nunes is referring to a report released by House Intelligence Committee Republicans in April of 2018.

In addition to physically threatening a witness during a federal investigation, Stone's emails also revealed that he threatened to abduct the witness's dog if he continued to cooperate with prosecutors. "Congresswoman Jackie Speier, told CNN that she believes that Donald Trump Jr. lied to your committee on at least two occasions", Stephanopoulos said.

"We are determined the public is going to know exactly what Donald Trump did, what his family did, what his campaign did, what the Russians did and what we need to do to protect the country", Schiff said.

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

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