“Get Me Roger Stone” co-director “surprised” what Trump adviser allegedly put in writing


President Trump’s longtime adviser Roger Stone is accused of lying to investigators about his alleged attempts to procure hacked emails damaging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and tampering with a federal witness. He maintains his innocence. Stone has been a Republican political operative for decades, and a self-described “dirty trickster.” His exploits during the 2016 campaign were chronicled in the Netflix documentary “Get Me Roger Stone.” Morgan Pehme, the film’s co-director, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss his reaction to Stone’s arrest, his love of the spotlight and how he operates under pressure.

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