Roger Stone Claims Mueller Will Indict Junior, Denies Coming Report He Tipped Off Trump On Hillary’s Emails

The New York Daily News reports:

Longtime Trump ally Roger Stone on Monday preemptively pushed back on reports alleging he tipped the President off about WikiLeaks’ pre-election releases of emails stolen from Hillary Clinton’s campaign. In a video posted to Instagram, Stone vehemently denied the assertion, which he claimed several news outlets are pursuing.

“Somebody has been pushing a fake news story, first with the New York Times, then the Washington Post and now with Ronan Farrow of the New Yorker,” Stone says in the video.

“Someone is saying that they overheard a conversation in which I told Donald Trump in October of 2016 what exactly would be in the WikiLeaks disclosures and when they would be disclosed.”

Haaretz reports:

Longtime Republican operative and former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone predicts special counsel Robert Mueller will indict Donald Trump Jr. on a “process crime.”

“The special counsel is going to charge Donald Trump Jr. with lying to the FBI. Notice they’re not charging him for having an illegal meeting with a Russian at Trump Tower because there’s nothing illegal about that meeting,” Stone told James Miller of The Political Insider.

“Put more precisely, the only thing illegal about that meeting was how the woman got in the country, how she got a visa from the Obama State Department, and why she was meeting with an official from Fusion GPS before and after the Trump Tower meeting.”