Roger Stone Refuses Dianne Feinstein’s Request for Documents — Tells Her to Pound Sand

Trump confidante Roger Stone refused to produce requested documents to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.

Stone invoked the Fifth Amendment in declining the request by minority leader Dianne Feinstein.

Feinstein had requested “communications related to hacked emails, communications with Russian hackers of Wikileaks, and communications with the Trump campaign.”

Roger Stone had no communications with “Russian hackers” of Wikileaks.

Stone’s attorney Grant J. Smith sent this letter to the Ranking Minority Leader Dianne Feinstein.

Feinstein released the letter on Tuesday.

** The Gateway Pundit reached out to Roger Stone. He told us his letter to the senate predated President Trump’s Monday tweet.

The Senate Judiciary Committee is led by Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA).


President Trump praised Stone on Monday for being a man of principle.

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