>> Trump ally and infamous political strategist Roger Stone Tuesday flatly denying allegations of collusion between the presidents aides and Russia.>> No evidence whatsoever
].>> Stone testifying behind closed doors for three hours before the House intelligence committee. At issue, whether Stone knew before hand that the hacked emails of Hillary Clinton campaign chair of John Podesta would be released by WikiLeaks.
When Stone tweeted months earlier quote, trust me, it will soon be Podesta's time in the barrel.>> The accusation that I knew about John Podesta's email hack in advance was false. That I knew about the content and source of the WikiLeaks disclosures regarding Hillary Clinton was false.>> He also defended his correspondence with a person claiming to be behind the DNC hack who goes by the name GUCCIFER 2.0.
>> When viewed through the context content and timing was benign and innocuous.>> Stone is known in DC as a colorful political operator with a tattoo of Richard Nixon on his back and a Twitter feed filled with expletives. Stone said, Tuesday he answered all of the committees questions except he refused to identify the person who acted as liaison between Stone and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
The intelligence committee's top democrat Adam Shift said Stone still has more to tell.>> We hope that he will cooperate in the future, if not it will be necessary to subpoena him, to->> The Intelligence Committee probe is just one of many investigations into allegations that Russia sought to interfere in the 2016 US election, and whether any Trump associates colluded with Moscow.