No Love for Roger Stone from the Nixon Foundation

You know it’s bad when even Richard Nixon’s ghost is trying to keep its distance from Roger Stone. But, indictments and working to undermine a presidential election has that effect on others.

When Roger Stone who has a Nixon tattoo on his back, stepped out of the federal courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, he was greeted with chants of “lock him up” while flashing the infamous Nixon signal of victory.

That led the Nixon Foundation to publish a statement on Twitter.

“This morning’s widely-circulated characterization of Roger Stone as a Nixon campaign aide or adviser is a gross misstatement. Mr. Stone was 16 years old during the Nixon presidential campaign of 1968 and 20 years old during the reelection campaign of 1972.”


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“Mr. Stone, during his time as a student at George Washington University, was a junior scheduler on the Nixon reelection committee. Mr. Stone was not a campaign aide or adviser. Nowhere in the Presidential Daily Diaries from 1972 to 1974 does the name ‘Roger Stone’ appear.”



Alexander Hernandez
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