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Roger Stone

  1. white nationalism
    Trump Economic Advisor Invites White Nationalist Publisher to His Birthday PartyLarry Kudlow invited VDare publisher Peter Brimelow to his house soon after a White House speechwriter was fired for being on a panel with him.
  2. manhattan madam
    Mueller Is Reportedly Trying to Talk to the ‘Manhattan Madam’She was involved in former New York governor Eliot Spitzer’s 2008 prostitution scandal.
  3. the national interest
    Mueller’s New Indictment Points to Collusion With RussiaThe Department of Justice charges only Russians, but signs of their Republican partners are plain.
  4. the national interest
    What Roger Stone’s Latest Russia Lie Reveals About the ScandalThe Trump adviser said he never met any Russians, and now says he forgot about this Russian offering dirt on Clinton.
  5. russia investigation
    Roger Stone Admits Meeting With Russian Who Promised Damaging Clinton Info11 Trump associates have now acknowledged interacting with Russian nationals during the campaign or transition.
  6. the national interest
    ‘I Will Never Roll on Donald Trump,’ Promises Definitely Innocent Roger StoneAnother line you tend not to hear from people who haven’t been involved in criminal activity.
  7. Roger Stone Sought Clinton Emails From Assange in September 2016New emails reveal Stone sought access to stolen dirt from WikiLeaks — and recently warned an associate not to “run your mouth” to investigators.
  8. russia investigation
    Roger Stone Says He’s ‘Prepared’ to Be Indicted by MuellerTwo of Stone’s associates have recently been served with subpoenas, so the investigation may finally be closing in on the longtime Trump adviser.
  9. exclusive
    Former Trump Aide Is Being Interviewed by Mueller — and Producing Russian BalletOn Wednesday, the former campaign staffer will answer questions from the special counsel. But that won’t distract from his passion project.
  10. Report: Mueller Investigating Whether Roger Stone Had Dinner With AssangeStone says he was joking when he claimed to have eaten with the WikiLeaks founder.
  11. the national interest
    Devin Nunes’s Russia Investigation Had No SuspectsAmerica’s least curious investigator believes nobody could have colluded with Russia.
  12. the national interest
    Roger Stone Knew in Advance About the Stolen Emails. Did He Tell Trump?Robert Mueller: Get me Roger Stone.
  13. roger stone
    Roger Stone Says He Will Bring an ‘Antitrust Case’ Against Twitter“I am advised I have a very strong legal case. Twitter wants to avoid being regulated like a utility,” he said after being banned.
  14. twitter
    Roger Stone Says He’ll Take Twitter to Court Following Permanent BanThe longtime Trump adviser was kicked off the platform after threatening CNN journalists on Friday.
  15. Chatting With a Relaxed Roger Stone, on the Eve of His Russia-Probe TestimonyTrump’s former adviser on the current White House staff, Paul Manafort’s fate, and what he plans to tell Congress.
  16. No, Impeaching Trump Would Not Reverse the 2016 ElectionsIf Trump were to be removed from office via impeachment, the GOP would continue to rule with much the same policies. So why all the talk of a “coup?”
  17. Trump Transition Team Told to Hold On to Any Russia-Related StuffBecause investigators are probably going to want to see it.
  18. Nigel Farage Is a Person of Interest in the FBI’s Trump-Russia Probe: Report“He’s right in the middle of these relationships. He turns up over and over again.”
  19. Senators Reportedly Ask Trump Pals for Records of Russia ContactsThe Senate Intelligence Committee finally appears to be getting to work.
  20. DeVos Appoints Professional Clinton-Hater to Key Civil-Rights PositionThe woman who will for the time being run DoEd’s Office of Civil Rights has has quite the career of ideological extremism and intense partisanship.
  21. Alex Jones and Roger Stone Are Starting to Think Jared Kushner Is IlluminatiTrump’s longtime ally tells the Infowars host that Kushner has been feeding anti–Steve Bannon stories to MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough.
  22. Roger Stone Defamation Trial Hits Snag Because of Russia ProbeHis attorney for an unrelated defamation lawsuit said the political operative was in Washington, D.C., complying with lawmakers’ requests.
  23. lewks
    The Many Looks of Roger StoneA new Netflix documentary showcases several outfits from the Trump adviser and infamous political strategist.
  24. Infamous Trump Adviser Roger Stone Gets a Netflix Doc, and It Looks Fascinating“America may be collapsing, but Roger Stone is determined to enjoy it.”
  25. Twitter Hero Returns to Lightly Roast Roger Stone’s Sartorial ChoicesThere are fewer burns for the Trump adviser this time, but they’re just as delicious.
  26. fashion
    What Is Up With This Trump Adviser’s Outfits?Roger Stone is trying out a Look.
  27. Trump Adviser Roger Stone Admits Messaging With Alleged DNC HackerHe says the conversations were “completely innocuous.”
  28. that's embarrassing
    Former Trump Adviser Roger Stone Had an Unfortunate Twitter MeltdownRoger Stone called someone a “stupid, stupid b*tch” and then got mad at J.K. Rowling.
  29. Early and often
    How Donald Trump Decided to Make Bill Clinton’s Accusers a Campaign IssueIt may be a sign that Trump is losing, but for longtime adviser Roger Stone, it’s a victory.
  30. Donald Trump Keeps Hitting Khans, Parents to Army Captain Killed in IraqThe parents of a fallen U.S. Army captain appeared on TV again Monday morning, and Trump tweeted his disapproval.
  31. Roger Stone to Trump Delegates: Be Loyal or ElseWe will disclose the hotels and the room numbers of those delegates who are directly involved in the steal.”
  32. early and awkard
    How Trump Outmaneuvered the GOP — AgainIn promising not to run as a third-party candidate, the Donald gave a little and got a lot.
  33. politics
    Donald Trump and Top Adviser Roger Stone Split As Campaign Turmoil IntensifiesTrump says he fired Stone, but Stone says he quit.
  34. The Trump Campaign Has Descended Into Civil WarLeft unchecked, the dysfunction threatens to undermine the Donald’s core message: his management acumen. 
  35. ink-stained wretches
    Lis Smith Forced to Deny Eliot Spitzer Sucked Her Toes in a Hot TubThe New York Post’s gossip crusade continues.
  36. client 9
    Eliot Spitzer Hounded About Possible Existence of GirlfriendI am so tired of the personal attacks and I’ve answered all those questions.”
  37. politics
    Live From Tampa, Roger Stone’s Steakhouse Politics: Charred and BloodyThe GOP consultant likes presidential campaigns just like his New York strip.
  38. client 9
    Eliot Spitzer Doc Premieres at Tribeca: Joe Bruno, Ken Langone, and Roger Stone Dance on His GraveIt’s a ricocheting, lowbrow-to-highbrow recap of Client 9, and the crowd loved it.
  39. client 9
    Eliot Spitzer: Inspirer of ProstitutesThere was something almost … noble in his pursuit of illegal sex.
  40. gossipmonger
    Bradley Cooper and Renée Zellweger Aren’t Fooling AnybodyThey definitely had dinner.
  41. early and often
    State Democrats Gear Up for 2010 and BeyondAs Paterson contemplates a deal with the devil, Senate Democrats get some good news.
  42. gossipmonger
    Ashley Dupré Continues to Be a Valuable CommodityPlus, Beyoncé is tired of having to be Sasha Fierce. In Trashy Tuesday’s gossip roundup.
  43. gossipmonger
    Madonna Uses Son to Flash Coded A-Rod Message to West SideRocco wore a Yankees shirt at Chelsea Piers! Also, Chrissie Hynde says something cryptic about Obama. In your daily gossip multivitamin!
  44. gossipmonger
    Pack of Wild Models Descends on T.O.’s CheeseburgerThe models were so starved they snatched food from Dallas Cowboy Terrell Owens, plus, some dude dares calls Andy Warhol a “gnome,” and Chloë Sevigny continues to be Chloë Sevigny, in today’s short but delicious gossip roundup.
  45. gossipmonger
    Jennifer Lopez Only Buys Dresses Alone, for Half OffPlus, gossip on Abigail Breslin, David Beckham, and Paris Hilton, in our daily column roundup.
  46. in other news
    So, One Day, Roger Stone Brings Jeffrey Toobin to a Swinger’s Club…In which Roger Stone overshares, and we learn just what Jeffrey Toobin will do for a story.
  47. gossipmonger
    Is Tinsley Having Topper Trouble?Plus, transvestites in Times Square, Marc Jacobs and his new boyfriend, and Priscilla Presley’s Botox in our daily gossip roundup!
  48. early and often
    Roger Stone to Hillary Clinton: ‘C U Next Tuesday!’If it took you two glances at the image to the left to realize what it’s meant to look like, you’ve already donated a few seconds of your time to the cause of right-wing attack dog Roger Stone. He’s the guy who is accused of making nasty phone calls to Eliot Spitzer’s dad (remember how we punctured his alibi?). He’s also been affiliated with dirty tricks for decades, from Nixon’s Committee to Reelect the President (yes, that CREEP) to some maybe shady dealings with Roy Cohn and a couple of mobsters. Anyway, this time around, his efforts are pretty straightforward. The image you see here is the symbol for his new group, Citizens United Not Timid. CUNT, for short. Straightforward enough for you? “It’s a simple joke,” Roger Stone told The Weekly Standard. “It’s not War and Peace.… The truth is, we sat around for hours trying to come up with words for BITCH and just couldn’t do it.” The sole purpose of Stone’s new group is to sell T-shirts with the above symbol from a Website. “The more people buy the T-shirts, the more people wear the T-shirts,” he says. “The more people wear the T-shirts, the more people are educated.” Hmm. And people complain that in this election, nobody’s talking enough about education. Citizens United Not Timid [Official Site] Making Political Trouble [Weekly Standard] “Legendary” GOP Strategist Launches Hillary Namecalling Effort [TPM]
  49. white men with money
    All About NXIVM, the Cultlike Organization With Ties to AlbanyA couple of days ago, the Post broke the news that Roger Stone — a former state GOP functionary who resigned after allegedly threatening Eliot Spitzer’s family — was procuring money for Joe Bruno and pals from his other employer, a cultlike organization called NXIVM. Needless to say, we’ve been obsessed with the Albany-based NXIVM (pronounced, believe it or not, like “Nexium”) ever since. It’s basically like Scientology masquerading as a self-help seminar, run by a guy named Keith Raniere. Raniere claims to have the highest IQ on record and have been a judo champion by age 11; he also demands to be called Vanguard by his followers (someone should introduce him to Mystery!). He is, in short, your classic swindler (his previous enterprise, a pyramid scheme called Consumers’ Buyline, got kicked out of Arkansas in 1992) who’s discovered the resale value on Ayn Randian mumbo jumbo. NXIVM’s “executive success” program is designed to reel in alpha types who need someone to tell them that greed is good. Its big philosophy is that “human beings are born parasitic” (saying “I’m hungry” or complaining about pain, for instance, is parasitic behavior; the enlightened just take what they need). It also redefines “good” as “pro-survival” and “bad” as “destructive.” Students wear colored sashes and bow in the presence of the leader. You can see where this is headed.
  50. in other news
    Spitzer’s Loudmouth Rhetoric: Not Loudmouth-y Enough? It seems there’s more bad news for Eliot Spitzer, who’s steadfastly refusing to admit that righteous fury isn’t getting him the same dividends it used to. “No amount of hysterical rhetoric will prevent us from doing what is right,” Spitzer said last night at Fordham University, defending both his driver’s-licenses for-illegal-immigrants plan and a boost in state health insurance for children; sadly, his own penchant for hysterical rhetoric (like, let’s see, calling Bloomberg wrong five times in one sentence) appears to be tripping him up at every turn. Spitzer’s approval rating is down to an all-time low of 47 percent — that’s from 61 percent just eight months ago. Judging by the numbers only, one would think the state were in some sort of nightmarish free fall, but no — it all appears to be the fallout from the idiotic altercation with Joe Bruno. Seventy-eight percent of voters want the governor to testify under oath on the matter, and a majority wants the probe stepped up. But lo! In the midst of all this, a shady Bruno associate might’ve provided just the opening Spitzer needs to justify another over-the-top caricature of his enemies.
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