Roger Stone

Roger Stone

Roger Stone is a conservative political consultant and frequent commentator on TV and radio. In 2019 he was convicted on seven counts stemming from the Mueller report and Special Council investigation and sentenced to 40 months in federal prison. President Donald Trump commuted his sentence on July 10, 2020. Since the early 1970's, Stone has worked on the campaigns of nearly every major Republican candidate for president, including Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.

No Pardon for Roger Stone

A Trump pardon for Stone would reek of corruption and abuse of power and would underscore the importance of revising the Constitution's pardon provision.

Trump Calls Stone Judge 'Totally Biased' as She Condemns Juror Criticism

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that both the judge and the jury foreperson in the trial of Roger Stone were "totally biased." His comments occurred during a hearing in which Judge Amy Berman Jackson considered a new trial for Stone after reports that jury foreperson Tomeka Hart was anti-Trump.

Trump Pardon of Stone Would Show 'Contempt' for DOJ, Says Legal Analyst

President Donald Trump's possible pardon of convicted former adviser Roger Stone would show "real contempt" for the Department of Justice said ABC legal analyst Dan Abrams Thursday. Abrams said if Trump were to make that decision, it would "put him at odds with his Department of Justice."