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Roger Stone is the co-author of The Clintons’ War on Women. Stone joined Donald Trump’s Presidential Campaign as an advisor but resigned on 1st week of August 2015.


Roger Stone is an American political consultant, Author, strategist, and lobbyist noted for his use of opposition research for candidates of the Republican Party. Stone has been an advisor to a number of Republican Presidents, Beginning in 1972 with Robert Nixon. Stone’s career was highlighted by work of Advisor for Richard Nixon. Stone advised the 1984 Presidential Campaign. He is often known as –Veteran Republican Strategist as he is a veteran of nine national presidential campaigns, who served to three Republican presidents as a senior campaign aide.

Stone is the author of the New York Times bestseller “The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ” and has written for StoneZone.com, Breitbart News, Fox Opinion,  the Daily Caller and the Op-Ed page of the New York Times. A well-known voice in politics for over forty years, Stone often gives insights on behind-the-scenes political agendas on InfoWars and Fox News and has been banned by MSNBC and CNN for his outspoken and politically incorrect criticism of Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton.

Early Year

Roger Jason Stone was born on August 27, 1952, in Norwalk, Connecticut. Stone is the son of Roger J. Stone and Gloria Rose. Stone grew up in Lewisboro, New York. Stone was a good driller and mother was a small-town reporter. Stone was the V.P. of the student government at a high school in New York.

Political Career

Stone started his political in earnest with activities such as contributing money to a possible rival of Nixon in the name of the Young Socialist Alliance in 1972. Stone served for the administration in the Office of Economic Opportunity after Nixon won the 1972 Presidential Campaign. Stone started to work for Bob Dole after Nixon resigned but was fired when he was identified as a dirty trickster by columnist Jack Anderson. Stone worked in Ronald Reagan‘s campaign for president and became national chairman of the Young Republicans in 1976 and 1977.

In 1980, Stone again worked for Reagan’s campaign in 1981, Stone served as chief strategist for Governor Tom Kean‘s campaign for Governor of New Jersey and for his re-election campaign in 1985. Stone served as Senior Adviser to the Jack Kemp which was managed by consulting partner Charlie Black for President Campaign in 1987-88. In 1989, Stone and his first wife Ann E. W. Stone founded the group Republicans for Choice. They divorced in 1990.

In 1995, Stone served as the president of Republican Senator Arlen Specter‘s campaign. Later, Specter with less than two percent support withdrew early in the campaign season. Stone was forced to resign by Bruno after allegations of threatening  Bernard Spitzer in 2007 by Joseph Bruno. Stone served as campaign manager for Kristin Davis in 2010. In 2012, Stone volunteered as an unpaid advisor to comedian Steve Berke in his 2011 campaign for mayor of Miami Beach, Florida. Stone was a founding partner of the firm Black, Manafortas a political consultant. Stone worked as an occasional lobbyist for Donald Trump and as an advisor for Donald Trump‘s Presidential Campaign 2016.

Books and other writing

Since 2010, Stone served as a male fashion editor to the conservative website The Daily Caller. Stone has written four books, all published by Skyhorse Publishing of New York City. Stone has written, “The Man Who Killed Kennedy” published by Skyhorse publishing in 2013, “Nixon Secrets: The Rise, Fall, and Untold Truth about the President Watergate” in 2014, “The Clintons’ War o Women, “Jeb! and the Bush Crime Family in 2016. Stone’s books described as “hatchet jobs” by Tampa Bay Times and Miami Herald. Stone writes for “Stone on Style”, his own fashion blog.

Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign, 2016

Roger Stone served as a chief Political Advisor for Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign 2016. Stone was banned from appearing on MSNBC and CNN after making a series of offensive Twitter posts disparaging other television personalities during 2016 election cycle. On August 8, 2015, Stone left Donald Trump’s campaign. According to Talking Points Memo, Stone said that he resigned but Trump Said that he fired Stone.

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