Former Trump campaign advisor and long-time Republican operative Roger Stone joined The Political Insider for a candid conversation on “Spygate,” social media censorship, and the allegations of Russian collusion that have continued to dog the Trump Administration. Watch this exclusive interview now:

The interview was a ton of fun! Stone is really a connected guy, and he revealed a ton of information regarding Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Stone has no love for Mueller and reveals that he is indeed within the sights of the Special Counsel investigation. He goes into further detail about why the Special Counsel is full of Democrats out to destroy Trump and much more.

As a real delight to readers, Stone goes over his history with Trump, whom he calls “Donald,” by request of the President himself. Stone assures us that contrary to what Never-Trumpers say, the President is a life-long Republican who supported Ronald Reagan during his presidential run in 1980. Stone includes many personal details about his friendship with the Trump family that goes back nearly 40 years.

More so, Stone also goes into a very personal struggle he’s had getting his voice heard on social media. We know that social media censors conservatives. (RELATED: Liberal Journos Prove Twitter is Censoring Conservatives.) And Stone has been the target of many social media platforms’ censorship campaigns, famously getting a lifetime ban from Twitter. Stone reveals that these social media giants aren’t about to let up on conservative accounts, and reveals what you can do to get around things like “shadow banning” and outright censorship.

Be sure to watch the entire interview. Stone has been working in politics for nearly half a century. He’s a veritable encyclopedia of political knowledge. He can rattle off facts and figures like the best of him, and it’s worth listening to the entire interview to get a better idea of what Trump is up against when it comes to the deep state. Given the vicious attacks against him, Stone has established a legal fund to help cover his hefty legal bills.

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