Donald Trump friend and associate Roger Stone appeared in court in Washington D.C. Tuesday morning.
Stone entered a not guilty plea after being indicted for seven counts which include witness tampering, lying to Congress and obstruction of justice. Stone was charged in connection to Mueller investigation.
Last Friday, Stone was taken into custody early Friday morning at his Florida home after federal agents stormed his residence.
After entering his not guilty plea, Stone didn’t speak to the media. Instead he gave double peace signs, a pose reminiscent of Stone’s idol, Richard Nixon, and then sped away in the back of an SUV.
Longtime Trump associate Roger Stone exited a federal courthouse to a raucous scene outside, with music, protesters, and competing chants of "Lock him up!" and "We love you, Roger!" https://t.co/LsVFCYc7vE pic.twitter.com/ygqa2eLO7v
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