Partner Scott Fredericksen was interviewed
on the CBS Evening News
about the indictment of President Trump’s longtime confidant and former campaign advisor Roger Stone on seven counts of lying, obstruction and witness tampering in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Fredericksen said the charges against Stone should worry the president. ”The tantalizing question in this indictment is whether it was the president who directed a senior campaign official to be in contact with Mr. Stone about whether there was going to be more of the Russian-hacked emails from the Democratic Party, ” he said.