Roger StoneRaconteur, bon vivant, boulevardier –

Roger Stone is a seasoned political operative, speaker, pundit, and New York Times Bestselling Author featured in the Netflix documentary “Get me Roger Stone”. A veteran of ten national presidential campaigns, he served as a senior campaign aide to three Republican presidents: Nixon, Reagan and, to his regret, Bush. An outspoken libertarian, he is the author of the New York Times bestseller “The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ”, the Clinton’s War on Women, The Bush Crime Family, and the Making of the President 2016- How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution. Mr. Stone has written for Fox Opinion, Infowars, Breitbart News, StoneZone, the Daily Caller, and the New York Times. A well-known voice in politics for over forty years, Roger Stone often gives insights on behind-the-scenes political agendas at StoneColdTruth.com and StoneZone.com, as well as InfoWars.com, where he hosts an hour long show every Wednesday at 3 pm ET. Follow him at StoneColdTruth.com.

 “Everything he’s ever told me has been incredibly accurate” – Alex Jones, Infowars

“Roger Stone, the political provocateur” – The New Yorker

“Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime Republican political operative who doesn’t mind playing rough” – The New York Times

“Roger is a major threat to Media Matters and considered Public Enemy #1 by Team Clinton – Red State

“Possibly The Most Dangerous Man In Politics” – msn

“Trump without Stone is akin to George W. Bush without Karl Rove or Barack Obama without David Axelrod” – National Review

“He has the ability to drive nails into the coffin of the Democratic Party” – Slate

“His mastery of political dark arts could prove instrumental in securing the delegates that Trump needs” – CNN

“(Stone) is potentially poised to be the most influential behind the scenes player in what is shaping up to be a Trump vs. Clinton general election race” – Red State

“Without Stone, it’s hard to believe that Trump could have won the primary or general election” – Jacob Engels, East Orlando Post

“There’s no middle ground with Roger. He is just the type of guy who generates heat everywhere he goes” – Tony Fabrizio republican pollster

“Trump may have lost the only consultant in the business who could have done the job he needs done for him” – Chris Barron, political consultant

“One of the more colorful operatives in Republican politics” – TheNew York Times

“Stone, the former Richard Nixon acolyte known for his media savvy” – CNN Politics

“What makes Stone such a tour de force is his ability to impact the campaigns of both candidates” – Red State

“Practitioner of political dark arts” – Valley News

“Stone is a real-life Ray Donovan — only his clients toil in state capitals and Washington, not Hollywood” – Go Up State

“The talk-show rounds have allowed Mr. Stone to display his highly developed sense of style” – TheNew York Times

“Roger Stone, a veteran political operative and unapologetic dirty trickster who is an ardent fan of the scandal-ridden but politically savvy Nixon” –  Mother Jones

“Stone is one of the best-known — and best-dressed — political insiders in New York” – Breitbart

“A well-known voice in politics for more than 40 years, Roger Stone often gives insights on behind-the-scenes political agendas” – WND

“It was like watching a well-dressed cobra at rest” – Esquire

“Roger Stone, the Nixonian trickster who brought Eliot Spitzer down” – Daily Kos

“Larger than life, incredibly smart, and an outside-of-the-box operator” – Chris Barron

“Master of right-wing political hit jobs” – Politico

“Stone represents the less discussed but still vigorous legacy of Richard Nixon” – The New Yorker

“Roger Stone loves resilience. It’s why the former body builder had Richard Nixon’s face tattooed on his broad back” – CNN

“For nearly forty years, Stone has hovered around Republican and national politics, both near the center and at the periphery” –  Daily Kos

“He’s the type of the guy who doesn’t really pull any punches,” – Tony Fabrizio Republican pollster

“In looking at what he does, one discovers the art of political gold mining” – Slate

“Roger Stone is the most elegant maître d’ the American political sewer ever has had” – Esquire

“A dragon slayer who helped bring down New York State’s most powerful man” – NY Daily News

“Most people have one of two reactions to Roger: They either love him or they hate him” – Tony Fabrizio republican pollster

“He is capable of employing tactics other operatives wouldn’t dream of, let alone try” – CNN

“Directly involved in the downfall of Clinton campaign chief strategist Mark Penn” – RADAR

“Stone is one of the best sources in Washington for “inside dirt”” – Slate

“Respected, hated, and always controversial Republican political knife fighter…” – No Quarter USA

“Politics is war, and he is one of its fiercest warriors, with the battle scars to prove it” – The Weekly Standard

“The undisputed master of the black arts of electioneering” – The Scotsman

“Stone doesn’t chafe at allegations of dirty tricks, since they demonstrate that he plays hardball politics” – Slate

“Love him or hate him, most people in politics have something to say about Roger Stone” – Salon

“Stone has honed his black – arts legend for 40 years. A notorious dandy in bespoke suits and two-tone suede spectator shoes” – Newsweek

“He [Roger] is one of its fiercest warriors, with the battle scars to prove it.” – The Weekly Standard

“A fascinating and colorful figure who has played a role in GOP politics for decades” – Politics NJ

“Seasoned practitioner of hard-edged politics” – The New York Times

“Master Political Strategist and Street fighter” – Left Voice

“A longtime political hit man, Stone has excelled in the “dark arts” of politics for close to 50 years” – Salon

“Political provocateur” – The New Yorker

“U.S. politics has never been kind and genteel. Anyone who believes otherwise is wrong. It’s always been a game ruled by its most aggressive players. Roger Stone would know; he’d be the first to admit he’s one of them” – Big Think

“Professional lord of mischief” – The Weekly Standard

“Made his bones in the Reagan Era” – The Washington Times

“Republican political mastermind” – Gawker

“GOP “king of dirty tricks” – Rolling Stones

“For decades, Stone has been a colorful and at times maligned figure in the Republican Party who relishes political combat and playing a role in causing or exposing unseemly scandals” – CNN

“Notorious dirty trickster and GOP political hit man” – Local 10 News

“Stone seems to have his mitts in every dirty trick since 1972” – The New Yorker

“The inventor of negative campaign advertising and tactics” – Big Think

“Doesn’t Mince words” – The Washington Post

“A long history of bare-knuckle politics” – The New York Times

“Legendary conservative political hit man” – The Hill

“A dashing, colorful artist of the underhanded” –  David Brooks, New York Times

“A Republican who doesn’t always toe the party line” – MSNBC

“The keeper of the Nixon flame” – Maureen Dowd, The New York Times

“The GOP’s dapper Pugilist” – The Washington Post

“The most dangerous person in America today…” – The Village Voice

“Still, Stone gets results” – First Post, UK

“Skilled in the dark arts of politics” – The Atlantic

“Those that love creativity, loves Roger’s work” – Invincible Armor

“Notorious” – Vanity Fair

“Controversial” – The Washington Post

“Infamous” – Gothamist

“The dapper don of dirty deeds” – Dullard Mush

“Known for hard-ball politics and a cloak and dagger sensibility” – The New York Times

“At times, Stone’s real party seems to be the vaudevillian rather than the GOP” – The New Yorker Magazine

“The organizers [of the recount team in Miami] in the RV outside, who G.O.P. protesters have told TIME were led by hardball Washington strategist Roger Stone…” – TIME Magazine

“Mr. Stone is nothing if not resilient” – Public Lives – The New York Times

“The High Priest of political hijinks” – The Weekly Standard

“An equal-opportunity trickster” – NY Daily News

“Call Roger Stone” – James A. Baker III, HBO Recount 2000