Roger Stone Accused Of Racial Slur During Mo'Kelly Show Interview

President Donald Trump's adviser Roger Stone appeared to use a racial slur during an interview with a Black radio host.

Stone, who was spared a prison sentence by President Trump, appeared on "The Mo'Kelly Show".

"There are thousands of people treated unfairly daily in the justice system. Hell, your number just happened to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just luck, Roger, right?" O'Kelly asked over the phone.

Stone, who may have thought he couldn't be heard on-air, muttered: "I don't really feel like arguing with this Negro."

O'Kelly responded by saying: "I'm sorry what was that Roger?", the 67-year-old former political adviser to Trump acted as if the connection had cut off. After being asked to repeat himself, Stone insisted that he didn't use any racial slur, telling O'Kelly: "You're out of your mind."

Stone was spared 40 months in prison after President Trump signed an executive order to commute his sentence. Earlier this year, he was convicted of five counts of making false statements to the FBI and congressional investigators, one count of witness tampering, and one count of obstruction of justice.

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