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“Admit nothing, deny everything, launch counterattack,“is Roger Stone’s philosophy.
Sound familiar? Deja-vu all over again for a reason. In fact, this blogger only found out about Stone by doing a search based on Trump’s behavior: deny and counterattack. Stone started his official dirty tricks career under Richard Nixon, which is why those who covered Watergate find it so familiar.
Stone tried to get Trump to run as early as 1999. Stone was first an official and then a shadow advisor to Trump in the last Presidential campaign. Stone reportedly has a friend in London who was in contact with Julian Assange of Wikileaks. Thus, the timing of the latest Wikileaks dump, in conjunction with Trump’s counterattack tweet, should truly come as no surprise.
Trump mentor and lawyer, as well as mafia lawyer, Roy Cohn, who had run McCarthy’s witch-hunt in the 50s, introduced Stone to Trump –…
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