WASHINGTON (Reuters)-chief executive Officer 2016 of President Donald Trump, Steve Bannon has made a potentially damaging testimony on Friday against Roger Stone, describing the communication with Trump’s longtime adviser to WikiLeaks despite the Stone’s subsequent refusal and stating that he believes Stone is
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon departs after his evidencing during the criminal trial of Roger Stone, former Bill of Limentors for U.S. President Donald Trump, on the charge of lying to Congress, hampering justice and witnating the counterfeit at U.S. court District in Washington, USA, Nov. 08, 2019. REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan
Bannon testified that he had seen Stone as “access point” between Operation Trump and WikiLeaks, revealing many of the stolen democracy emails in the months before the 2016 election causing Trump’s opponent to be Hillary Clinton.
After testified, Bannon-a prominent conservative political strategist and former senior advisor of White House to Trump-told reporters he appeared as a prosecution witness during Stone’s trial in the federal court just because he was subpoena.
The U.S. intelligence agency and former special advisor Robert Mueller determined that the emails were stolen by the Russian hacker as part of an attempt by Moscow to intervene in the elections and promote Trump’s candidate.
“I have led to believe that he had a relationship with WikiLeaks and Julian Assange,” Bannon said…