Political operative Roger Stone says he will not rule out a cooperation agreement regarding special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe.
Stone made the remarks during an interview Sunday just two days after he was arrested at his Ft. Lauderdale home.
The political consultant said he would testify honestly regarding any wrongdoing of the Trump campaign, but he said he did not know of any.
Stone went on to say he communicated with President Trump during the campaign, but he called the dialogue “benign” and said there was no collusion with the Russians.
Stone has made it clear he will not “bear false witness against the president.”
The political operative was indicted by a grand jury on charges ranging from obstruction of justice to witness tampering and lying to Congress.
None of the charges were collusion-related.
Stone has described the indictment as politically motivated as he gears up for the “fight of his life.”
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Stone’s arraignment is set for Tuesday.