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Amid Lawsuits And Circling Feds, Stone Rejects What He Calls A Scheme To Silence Him

Self-described "dirty trickster" Roger Stone says that he is ready for an indictment but that congressional and Justice Department investigators won't find any wrongdoing.

The net appears to be closing in on Roger Stone.

The outspoken, self-described "dirty trickster" and longtime confidant of President Trump is facing heat from congressional investigators, as well as a possible indictment from the Justice Department — or so he suspects.

Stone also faces lawsuits from a left-leaning government watchdog group and the Democratic National Committee — tactics he describes as "lawfare" meant to drain his finances. But the ageless political operator

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