Le Figaro Magazine
If you don't know Roger Stone — and don't have time to watch the incredible documentary about him on Netflix in 2017 — just know this: Without him, Donald Trump might never have been president of the United States.
Former éminence grise of Richard Nixon in 1972, briefly mentioned in the Watergate trial, co-creator of the National Conservative Committee on Political Action (NCPAC, or nick-pack) for Reagan and founding member of the lobbying firm Black, Manafort and Stone, he is according to many American journalists a mysterious, controversial and whimsical character whose name appears at several key moments in modern American political history.
So when this same Roger Stone finally responds to our requests with a simple message "appointment at my place at 11am", we go ...
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