Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigators have said that they are actively examining Trump confidante Roger Stone. As Mr. Mueller continues to investigate possible connections and collusion between the Trump administration and Russian operatives, the Mueller investigative team is trying to compel a former Stone aide to testify before a federal grand jury.

The investigation into Mr. Stone comes after he praised Russian cyber-operative, Guccifer 2.0, who he said "hacked and leaked it all" and then repeatedly said that Wikileaks "had yet to release its biggest blow against Hillary Clinton's campaign."

On whether or not Roger Stone could actually be prosecuted, Ballard Spahr attorney Edward McAndrew said he suspects "Mueller is looking to develop additional proof… and more facts around Stone's knowledge and intent before bringing charges. If Stone fully knew he was championing a hacker who stole and spread private material, he's looking at 'aiding and abetting'."

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