Former Trump Adviser Dismisses Russia Reports

Wochit Headline News - Thursday, 16 February 2017
During a 'Today Show' interview this week, former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone denied that he had regular contacts with Russian officials during Trump's presidential campaign. While discussing the many reports of turmoil behind the scenes in Trump's White House, Stone pointed to a division between people loyal to the president and those loyal to the Republican National Committee, adding, “It’s healthier to have people who share the president’s vision.

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