Roger Stone says he’d like to be excluded from this narrative

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When the DOJ/FBI search warrant for Donald Trump’s home was publicly released on Friday, it contained a number of entries. One of them was about Roger Stone. Specifically, Trump stole the document he’d previously signed granting Stone clemency. This has led to all kinds of public speculation as to why such a document was classified to begin with, why Trump stole it, and whether it was related to any of the other classified documents recovered from Trump’s home.

Whatever is going on, Stone is immediately trying to distance himself from it. Stone’s reps have told ABC News that he has “no knowledge as to the facts surrounding how his clemency documents appeared on the inventory of items seized from former President Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago.”

   

This is a curiously un-Stone-like response; we’d have expected him to yell around and make threats and hurl conspiracy theories about the Democrats. Perhaps even Stone understands the gravity of the situation, given that Trump stands accused of having stolen nuclear secrets and is under federal criminal investigation for espionage.

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