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Roger Stone apologizes for fake statements spread on InfoWars, solving trial

Roger Stone, a former adviser to President Trump, settled a lawsuit against him. Former Trump Campaign Adviser Roger Stone has ruled a damages claim for $ 1 00 million in damages filed by a Chinese businessman, whom Stone claimed had violated the United States election team by donating to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. [19659004] In a document filed in Florida's federal court on Monday, Stone said that he "recalls, and apologizes for statements," he referred to Guo Wengui on the Conservatory Website InfoWars earlier this year. The stone described Guo, also called Miles Kwok, as a "crimes criminal convicted of crime here and in China." Stone also said that Guo funded a presidential campaign run by former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and had donated to the Clinton campaign in violation of federal law preventing foreign citizens from donating to political campaigns. In the settlement agreement, which was first, the Sten acknowledged that "all these statements are not true" and said he "wrongly trusted information provided to me by Sam Nunberg." [former Trump campaign adviser] A lawyer affiliated with Nunberg did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment. FLYNN RESPONSIBILITY IN THE WITNESS VITAHUS INTERVIEW IS DOCUMENTED IN NEW VITNESS REPORT As part of the agreement, Stone is to report a recall of InfoWars, as well as his personal Facebook and Instagram accounts and his website, StoneZone.com. He is also required to run ads bearing the statement in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and…

Former Trump Campaign Adviser Roger Stone has ruled a damages claim for $ 1

00 million in damages filed by a Chinese businessman, whom Stone claimed had violated the United States election team by donating to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. [19659004] In a document filed in Florida’s federal court on Monday, Stone said that he “recalls, and apologizes for statements,” he referred to Guo Wengui on the Conservatory Website InfoWars earlier this year. The stone described Guo, also called Miles Kwok, as a “crimes criminal convicted of crime here and in China.” Stone also said that Guo funded a presidential campaign run by former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and had donated to the Clinton campaign in violation of federal law preventing foreign citizens from donating to political campaigns.

In the settlement agreement, which was first, the Sten acknowledged that “all these statements are not true” and said he “wrongly trusted information provided to me by Sam Nunberg.” [former Trump campaign adviser]

A lawyer affiliated with Nunberg did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

FLYNN RESPONSIBILITY IN THE WITNESS VITAHUS INTERVIEW IS DOCUMENTED IN NEW VITNESS REPORT

As part of the agreement, Stone is to report a recall of InfoWars, as well as his personal Facebook and Instagram accounts and his website, StoneZone.com. He is also required to run ads bearing the statement in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post. In return, Guo will release his trial.

Guo, who made his fortune in real estate, left China in 2014 and lives in self-imposed exile in the United States. He has used social media to accuse senior Chinese officials of corruption, allegations that have surprised Beijing He applied for political asylum in the United States last year.

Stone, 66, has been investigated for months by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who tries to determine what knowledge Stone might have had about plans from WikiLeaks to release e-mails stolen from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta in the weeks before the election. Stone has repeatedly claimed that he had no built-in knowledge about the content, source or time of WikiLeaks’ disclosure.

Associated Press contributed to this report.

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