Steve Bannon testifies Roger Stone 'implied' he had WikiLeaks connection
Added 11-08-19 05:29:01pm EST - “Former White House chief strategist? Steve Bannon testified for the prosecution Friday in the federal trial of? political operative and longtime Trump adviser and confidante? Roger Stone.” - Foxnews.com
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Longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone is back in Washington federal court for jury selection after claiming he was sick on the first day of trial; David Spunt reports from the scene.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon testified for the prosecution Friday in the federal trial of political operative and longtime Trump adviser and confidant Roger Stone.
Bannon, who told prosecutors that he would not have come to testify against Stone if he had not been subpoenaed, testified that Stone had “implied that he had a connection with WikiLeaks,” but did not ever state it directly.
Bannon also testified that the Trump campaign did not have direct access to WikiLeaks, and noted that he viewed Stone as the “access point.” But Bannon added that Stone never said he had access to “non-public” documents, but only had access to documents that were on the WikiLeaks website for anyone with a computer to access.
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