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>> Roger Stone, one of Donald Trump's former campaign advisors and most ardent boosters, vowing legal action Sunday after being suspended from Twitter. The suspension came after a reported foul mouth Friday night rant in which Stone excoriated CNN Anchor, Don Lemon and New York Times columnist, Charles Blow. Stone emailed Politico so say he is speaking to, quote, prominent telecommunications attorneys about legal action.
Stone's outburst came just as sources confirmed special counsel Robert Muller has filed his first charges in the investigation into whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russia to swing the 2016 election. Responding to congressional pressure, Twitter, last week, blocked Russian outlets RT and Sputnik from buying ads on the platform, and also announced tougher restrictions on sexual harassment, and abuse, in general.
Stone's attacks on Lemon, who is gay, included what appeared to be an epithet for homosexuals. Stone, a legendary republican operative, was briefly a formal Trump campaign advisor and used to run a lobbyng firm with former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, whose home was raided by FBI agents as part of Mueller's investigation.