In a follow-up to his tweets criticizing Michael Cohen for pleading guilty in the Mueller investigation, President Trump praised former campaign adviser Roger Stone Monday morning for refusing to testify against him.
The backdrop: On ABC's This Week yesterday, Stone said, "There’s no circumstance under which I would testify against the president because I’d have to bear false witness against him. I’d have to make things up. And I’m not going to do that." Stone is under scrutiny for suspicions that he acted as an intermediary between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, allegations that he denies.