Ex-aide challenged in front of a grand jury about Roger stone – 2016-campaign

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To answer to the appearance of the former trump political consultant Roger stone is set before judge Amy Berman Jackson in Federal court that questions about his throat; Catherine Herridge has the details.

Andrew Miller, a former assistant of many years of trump-confidant Roger stone, appeared before a grand jury in Washington on Friday to testify about his relationship with stone, who loaded was Special Counsel Robert Muller is the Russian election meddling probe.

Miller’s lawyer, Paul Kamenar, told reporters later that the testimony included questions about Miller’s relationship with stone, his work during the 2016 GOP Convention, and everything he knew about the stone of communication with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.


Kamenar, said Miller has no knowledge of any conversations between stone and Assange. Stone has pleaded not guilty and has denied coordination with Assange about the hacked E-Mails from Democratic.

Miller on Friday said he worked for stone for more than 10 years as a driver and in other roles. Stone was charged in January with false statements and witness tampering as part of Müller’s wide-Russia agreement sample-ranging.

Attorney General William Barr, says Robert Müller, “‘ve made a decision’

Reactions and analysis from former DOJ official Robert Driscoll.

The charges against stone has not charged him with conspiracy with WikiLeaks anti-secrecy website published E-Mails from Democrats during the 2016 campaign, or with the Russian officers says Müller hacked. Instead accuses him of lying about his interactions in connection with WikiLeaks’ publication while the probes by Congress and the Müller team.

“Roger was a mentor of mine, I worked with him as a driver, I worked for him for 13 years,” said Miller on Friday. “He is like uncle roger…this is the best way to put it.”

Miller had against the subpoena for almost a year, but an appeals court rejected Miller’s challenge of Müller’ s authority.

Mueller initially sought Miller’s testimony as part of his investigation of the stone, was arrested earlier this year and charged with lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstruction. The investigation has continued, after Müller gave his final report and hand over the case to the U.S. attorney’s office in the District of Columbia.

Kamenar had argued that prosecutors needed Miller’s testimony and could not the grand jury will use to collect information about stone’ s already in the public case.

Fox News’ Jake Gibson and Mark Meredith contributed to The Associated Press to this report.

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