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Politics Roger Stone email saying he met with Assange leaks

20:25  04 april  2018
20:25  04 april  2018 Source:   thehill.com

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Roger Stone has said his comment was a joke and that he never talked to the WikiLeaks founder. "At all times before, during and after both that phone call and the subsequent tongue-in-cheek email that made my 'dinner with Assange ' into a running joke, I was firmly ensconced right here in the

The email is one of at least two between Stone and Jerome Corsi, a political commentator and self-proclaimed conspiracy theorist, that refer to London-based Stone proposed contact with Assange on a day Trump was facing withering criticism for challenging Gold Star parents of U.S. Army Capt.

Roger Stone wearing a suit and tie © Provided by The Hill

Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone said he met with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in an email obtained by One America News Network's Trey Yingst.

"I dined with my new pal Julian Assange last nite," Stone wrote in the August 2016 email to former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg.

Nunberg had sent Stone a poll showing Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton up by 15 points over then-candidate Donald Trump.

Stone told Nunberg to "enjoy it while u can" before making the comment about Assange.

The conservative news network published the email exchange one day after The Wall Street Journal reported that special counsel Robert Mueller was investigating Stone's claim that he met with Assange.

Stone has said that his comment was a joke and that he never talked to Assange. He told the Journal that he flew to Los Angeles the night before he sent the email.

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