Ex-advisor of Trump detained in case of Russia’s interference in U.S. elections in 2016

Source : 112 Ukraine

Roger Stone was detained in Florida
16:34, 25 January 2019

BBC News

Roger Stone, the ex-advisor of U.S. President Donald Trump was detained and accused within the investigation of Russia’s interference in the presidential election in 2016 as BBC reported.

Stone was detained in Florida. His case will be considered by the court of Fort Lauderdale city.

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Besides, Stone is accused of the false witness and creation of the obstacles in the provision of the truth by another person.

Earlier Michael Cohen, the ex-lawyer of U.S. President Donald Trump recognized that he paid for the falsification of the online pools in his favor and favor of Trump during the election campaign.

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As it was reported, President of the United States Donald Trump was hiding the details of the first negotiations with President of Russia Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit in Hamburg in 2017. 

On November 28, the U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to cancel the meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin due to Russia’s aggressive capture of the Ukrainian vessels and sailors in the Azov Sea.

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