With a giant flare for the dramatic, Roger Stone blasted former Trump campaign advisor Sam Nunberg for declaring Stone would be indicted.
The former Donald Trump friend and ally reportedly delivered a blistering rebuke to Nunberg for claiming he could be indicted in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, but the surprise wasn’t in what he said as much as how he said it.
The war of words turned especially ugly after Nunberg told MSNBC host Ari Melber his prediction.
“Roger is a critical piece to Mueller’s narrative,” he said. “What they are doing is that they are going into Roger’s personal finances and so when I think Roger is indicted -”
“You expect him to be indicted?” Melber interjected.
“Yes, I do,” Nunberg replied, noting it would be for a “broad charge that he was part of a conspiracy to defraud America, backed up with a bunch of financial charges”.
Stone’s response to the remarks was posted on Instagram and shared by Yashar Ali.
Good Evening…Roger Stone On Sam Numberg…. pic.twitter.com/owamWTrNLX
— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) August 4, 2018
“Sam Nunberg is both a drug addict and an alcoholic with a very small penis,” Stone wrote. “He was fired from his first job at Jay Sekalow‘s legal foundation for drunkenly pissing on the floor in his bosses office.”
Anyone hiring Nunberg “can expect to be stabbed in the back,” Stone added, noting that he was “duplicitous” and “disloyal.”
Stone, whose possible contact with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is under investigation by Mueller’s team, concluded his remarks with his own prediction for Nunberg:
“Prediction: Nunberg will be indicted before I ever am but will die from an overdose before he can go to trial.”