Roger Stone: Obama Admin's FISA 'Abuse of Power' Makes 'Watergate Look Like Small Potatoes'
Former aide to President Richard Nixon and veteran political consultant Roger Stone said repeated accusations against President Trump and his associates represent a "distraction" from the real breach of decorum in the Obama administration.
Sean Hannity asked Stone about Sam Nunberg, a former Trump aide-turned-critic who held several interviews Monday about the Mueller probe.
Stone admitted that he knows Nunberg well, but maintained that the aide is not acting or speaking on his behalf or direction.
Stone also reacted to allegations he received hacked WikiLeaks documents from Russian sources and gave them to then-candidate Donald Trump.
"I never received anything whatsoever," Stone, a former partner at Black Manafort & Stone, said.
Stone said the entire Russia storyline surrounding Trump is a "distraction" from questionable actions by the Obama administration.
He said that the Trump allegations keep attention off the fact Obama administration officials utilized "what they knew was fabricated evidence to justify legally the surveillance of the Republican candidate for president."
"What did Obama know and when did he know it?" Stone asked, calling the situation surrounding the related FISA warrant "an abuse of power that makes Watergate look like small potatoes."
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